The cable industry for years has denied it’s a closed society, but the perception among some telco-centric vendors is that what the industry says and what its senior engineers do are two different things. They still think cable is a tough business to crack.
With the emergence of next-generation mobile services such as Web applications, streaming video, and multimedia communications, mobile operators are attracting increasing volumes of traffic; however, this traffic is not yet well understood. This unpredictability creates considerable operational challenges
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The purpose of CED is to carry on a conversation, about what’s new, what’s going on, who’s doing what, and why they’re doing it.
Steve Ross, used to enjoy hobnobbing with celebrities who appeared in the films and TV shows his company produced. Stories of Ross rubbing shoulders with musicians, actors and producers as they whisked coast to coast aboard Warner’s corporate jet
As cable communications systems have evolved from solo headends to master headend and hub configurations and then to regional super headends, the concept of the local emergency override seems to have gotten lost in the complexity of it all.
For several years now, the FCC has been pursuing the possibility of allowing unlicensed data transceivers on TV frequencies, in the channels that aren’t being used, also known as “white spaces.”
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Enabling Tuner Technology For All-Digital Cable TV Networks - By Cliff Anderson, Cable Marketing Manager, Microtune®, Inc.
An operations support system (OSS) and a business support system (BSS), in combination with other back office software, is the foundation that a service provider builds a new product upon. After all, there’s no point in having a product you can’t provision, or bill for, or manage.
An understanding of the wireless 2G/3G standards, cell site capacity requirements, and performance metrics (latency, jitter, availability) will ensure cable operators choose the right technology, network, and architecture to implement a successful wireless backhaul business strategy.
As the deployment of DOCSIS 3.0 picks up steam, the dramatic increase in data transfer speeds of the new specification have garnered the headlines. However, it may end up being the little considered benefits of DOCSIS 3.0 that have the most important impact...