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Everyone agrees that transitioning to a distributed access architecture (DAA) is the future, but few can put their finger on a definitive way to get there. That’s because when it comes to real-world DAA deployments, the number of potential options abound.

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* 1. Contact Information

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* 2. Where would you place moving to a Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) among your priorities for 2019?

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* 3. Which of the following best describes your 2019 DAA implementation plans?

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* 4. When do you estimate that 50% or more of your access infrastructure will migrate to a DAA?

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* 5. Please select the two most important benefits of moving to DAA:

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* 6. How important is it that DWDM and other optical equipment you purchase today and in the future be technology/protocol agnostic, enabling you to support future optical technologies, such as Coherent optics, when they become available in the access network?

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* 7. Select the answer that best represents your biggest current concern associated with a transition to DAA:

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* 8. Do you believe migration to DAA will bring greater capabilities to your business or residential services?

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* 9. How much influence is the impending deployment of 5G having on your DAA plans?

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* 10. Which best describes your current DAA adoption strategy?

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* 11. Select all of the topologies listed below that you are likely to adopt:

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* 12. Select the response that best describes your Full Duplex DOCSIS (FDX) adoption timetable:

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* 13. Rate the importance of your next technology purchase being capable of supporting “Extended Spectrum DOCSIS” technologies, i.e. 1.8GHz or beyond.

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