Calian Developing Remote PHY Module for DCT DELTA

Oct. 18, 2017
Calian Group's (TSX:CGY) Systems Engineering Division (SED) has been awarded a contract by DCT DELTA GmbH, based in Bodman, Germany ...

Calian Group's (TSX:CGY) Systems Engineering Division (SED) has been awarded a contract by DCT DELTA GmbH, based in Bodman, Germany, to design and develop a cable network DOCSIS 3.0/3.1 remote PHY hardware module for DCT DELTA's family of HFC-based fiber node products.

Under the terms of the contract, Calian's SED is developing a dedicated DOCSIS remote PHY hardware module for integration into DCT DELTA's fiber node platform. The development will combine SED's DOCSIS 3.0/3.1 remote PHY intellectual property (IP) with a custom hardware platform based on programmable logic and analog signal processing devices.

"SED is very pleased to be working with DCT DELTA at the very forefront of this exciting new technology. This project builds on our position as a leading designer/manufacturer of DOCSIS 3.0/3.1 remote PHY IP. We are confident that our solution will enable DCT DELTA to offer their customers the ultimate combination of power efficiency, performance and versatility. Operators will be able to cost effectively evolve their solutions while maintaining existing technology investments," said Patrick Thera, president of Calian's SED division. "This is increasingly critical in the face of continual and rapid evolution of technology in the cable network space."

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