Cisco Systems announced that Hanaro Telecom, one of Korea’s major broadband service providers, chose Cisco’s channel-bonding technology for a deployment of 100Mbps broadband services that began in April. According to Cisco, the basis for the design of the technology is the downstream channel-bonding specifications defined in CableLabs’ DOCSIS 3.0 specification. Hanaro Telecom provides residential users with its 100Mbps broadband services over hybrid fiber/coax (HFC) networks. Cisco says that 200,000 homes have subscribed to Hanaro’s broadband services since the launch began.

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