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About Marsha Hemmerich

Marsha brings many years of experience in the broadband industry as a Marketing Specialist and Technical Writer and is passionate about customer service.

Carlos Bustamante's Top Broadband Technology Predictions for 2018

By Marsha Hemmerich | January 16th, 2018 |Categories: Ask an Expert

  

With industry trends changing up to the minute, it's always good to know what lies ahead, so we've asked our resident smart guy, Carlos Bustamante, VP of Strategic Technologies, to put together his top broadband industry predictions for this [...]

WiFi Connections Gone Wild - Is Your Customer’s WiFi on Spring Break?

By Marsha Hemmerich | April 12th, 2016 |Categories: Blog, Technology

When Wi-Fi technology first started taking off, people were connecting one or two devices to their Wi-Fi network. Today it’s a WiFi party with most households having at least four connected devices and planning to add more. In addition to desktop [...]

Why Should I Move From PPPoA or PPPoE to DHCP?

By Marsha Hemmerich | September 20th, 2015 |Categories: Ask an Expert, ask a broadband expert, dhcp, free download, pppoa, pppoe, scott helms

In this edition of Ask a Broadband Expert we provide insight into why a telco or DSL operator should migrate to DHCP from PPPoE or PPPoA.  And, if you are a broadband operator looking for a help with the provisioning of your CPE, don't forget to [...]

Transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6: Conservation and Migration Strategies Webinar

By Marsha Hemmerich | September 3rd, 2015 |Categories: Blog, Hot Topics, Technology, IPv4, IPv6, IPv6 migration, IPv6 Transition Plan

 

In late July the CEO of the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN), the numbering authority that hands out Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, announced that it may be only a few weeks from depleting their remaining IPv4 address blocks. [...]

DOCSIS 3.1 Series: DOCSIS 3.1 and the PNM Toolbox Part Two

By Marsha Hemmerich | July 15th, 2015 |Categories: Blog, Technology, DOCSIS 3.1, DOCSIS, PNM, proactive network maintenance

If you read last week’s Part 1 in our DOCSIS series and the white paper on the Evolution of DOCSIS, you now have a better understanding of why we have specifications, what those specifications can do for the cable operator’s business and what the [...]

DOCSIS 3.1 Series: The DOCSIS Evolution Part One

By Marsha Hemmerich | July 9th, 2015 |Categories: Blog, Technology

Gigabit-class broadband is capturing the imagination of Internet users throughout the country. With Google and other companies bringing fiber-based services that deliver a gigabit of data each second to the home, subscribers are accelerating [...]

What's Coming with DOCSIS 3.1 and What You Need to Know Today

By Marsha Hemmerich | May 12th, 2015 |Categories: Blog, Hot Topics, Technology, DOCSIS 3.1

So now 3.1...

Seven years down the road from DOCSIS 3.0 the increasing subscriber demand for bandwidth intensive content and the competition from FTTH providers like Google are raising the bar for cable technology developers to provide operators [...]

SCTE's Steve Harris on DOCSIS PNM Training

By Marsha Hemmerich | April 20th, 2015 |Categories: Ask an Expert, Blog

DOCSIS Proactive Network Maintenance (PNM) allows cable operators to leverage existing technology to troubleshoot and maintain their network more efficiently. Steve Harris, Senior Director of Advanced Network Technologies, Education and [...]

Leveraging Your CMTS for Upstream Spectrum Analysis

By Marsha Hemmerich | February 10th, 2015 |Categories: Hot Topics, Technology

 

The major problems that operators are having with the upstream path have to do primarily with ingress and noise. Aggravating the troubleshooting process is that often the interfering ingress problems are intermittent.  Just as a tech gets close [...]

Buddy Bertram on Ingress and Return Path Analysis

By Marsha Hemmerich | February 5th, 2015 |Categories: Ask an Expert

 

One of the big questions being asked by providers is how do I handle ingress encountered in the reverse path? To their exasperation, many are finding that there’s not an easy solution to this question. Different types of spectrum analyzers [...]

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