Starts Here.

10 Gigabit — The next generation of connectivity is already underway.

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Building It.

Starting with today’s Gigabit infrastructure.


Whatever the future holds, we’ll be ready.

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What is 10G?

The Next Great Leap for Broadband.

10G is the broadband technology platform of the future that will deliver residential internet speeds of 10 gigabits per second – 10 times faster than today’s networks. With the power and capacity to change the way we live, learn, work and play, the 10G platform will enable creators and innovators to fulfill their dreams while providing the reliability and security that consumers can trust.

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Every day, technology becomes more critical to our lives. From streaming video to high-definition gaming, artificial intelligence, and connected homes, our lifestyles already require a fast and reliable network.

As we enter a new era of innovation, our networks must continue to stay ahead of demand. Whether it is enabling high-definition video streaming or powering the smart cities and smart homes of the future, digital progress will stall without a platform with the speed and capacity to meet our needs.

When is 10G Happening?

The foundation is here. The future is near.

Most of America already has access to home internet speeds of 1 Gigabit per second (Gbps) via cable’s broadband networks. We’re transforming this existing infrastructure with new technology to dramatically improve speed and capacity, and 10G field trials will begin in 2020.

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How Will
10G Happen?

One ambitious milestone at a time.

The roadmap to 10G builds upon today’s highly scalable networks. Leveraging the existing fiber-rich infrastructure already in place, internet providers will upgrade networks with a combination of technologies that currently exist alongside ongoing advancements of new hardware, software and techniques that are being developed and tested. 

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Who is Working
on 10G?

The global cable industry.

The 10G future is currently being built by cable operators in the U.S. who offer broadband service to 85 percent of U.S. homes – including Comcast, Charter, Cox, Mediacom, Midco and others – plus international operators, including Rogers, Shaw, Vodafone, Taiwan Broadband Communications, Telecom Argentina, Liberty Global and more.

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