ONO uses Cisco for broadcast TV content

Spanish Cable Operator ONO is using Cisco Systems technology to provide television content via a digital video transport network.
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Cisco’s 10720 Router and Catalyst 6500 Series Switch (pictured) platforms are helping to save ONO significant amounts of money over its previous system.

Cisco Systems has announced that ONO, a Spanish cable operator, is delivering broadcast-quality television content using a Cisco digital video transport network.

The network is based on the Dynamic Packet Transport/Resilient Packet Ring (DPT/RPR), Gigabit Ethernet and IP Multicast capabilities of Cisco 10720 Routers and Catalyst 6500 Series Switchers. The technology is helping ONO reduce operational costs.

All new ONO customers now receive a DTV service over a hybrid fiber-coaxial network from a regional headend (RHE). The service is supported by an IP layer over a national optical backbone which interconnects the RHEs without the need for expensive regional analog headends.

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