What is full service broadband architecture

For users, convenience is of key importance. Converged services must be seamlessly and intuitively accessible across all devices and all networks. For operators, the introduction of new services and additional network capacity must incur minimal additional costs.

Full service broadband architecture is designed to meet these needs across residential and enterprise service offerings. At its core full service broadband is a reliable, secure and cost-optimized transport network. A variety of access technologies are also used. They are all evolving in support of full service broadband.

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