April 30, 2020 by Kevin Kuo

Are Bandwidth Bottlenecks Throttling Your Ability to Meet the Increased Demand for Internet Access?

I’m sure you would all agree that the way we live, work, and learn has drastically been altered over the past few months. The environment encompassing corporate offices and public schools is no longer relevant. Our new environment now consists of home offices located in our living room or basement and our children’s school lessons being conducted online via Google classrooms.

As a result, the demand for bandwidth has dramatically increased and your network’s ability to manage the higher levels of traffic is tested everyday as the world turns to the Internet for information and entertainment more than ever before. With so many of your subscribers at home and online, are you confident that your access network can handle the increased load while at the same time, reduce the chances of bandwidth bottlenecks becoming a reality?

The answer to this conundrum lies with software-defined access and aggregation networks, both of which offer an especially attractive value proposition for addressing the demands of delivering higher bandwidth services while managing and maintaining access points that are spread over great distances. The AXOS 10GE-12 aggregation solution delivers that high density aggregation and transport flexibility that you need in order to succeed in today’s highly competitive environment.

Hear firsthand from Southwest Broadband on the benefits and attributes they derived from their deployment of the AXOS 10GE-12 Aggregation solution on the E7-2 Intelligent Modular System. The video below captures the simplicity and ease-of-use of the innovative line card solution by enabling bandwidth and network capacity to be added easily while conserving fiber rollouts.


You can learn more about the disruptive game-changing AXOS E7-2 10GE-12 Aggregation line card solution in two additional ways: the first is by watching a replay of one of our latest Network Edge Innovation Tech Talk webinars here or second, by downloading our Aggregation Solution Brief here.