Cable Operators to Spend $80 billion Worldwide through 2012 to Expand Network Bandwidth 

The accelerating adoption of high-definition television, multiplayer gaming, and other data-intensive services is leading to a "bandwidth crunch" that will require cable operators to upgrade the capacity of their digital networks. 

According to a new study from ABI Research, the total revenue from this market is expected to exceed $24 billion in 2012 and will amount to $80 billion in total investment from 2007 through 2012.

"Assessing CATV Bandwidth-Expansion Solutions" report from ABI Research examines a number of these technologies, including rate shaping, expansion of CATV spectrum, node splitting, switched digital video, PON overlay, home-gateway bandwidth management, and MPEG-4 deployment, and provides potential and actual market assessments and cost-benefit analysis for each. 

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