Backed by investments from former AOL executives Steve Case and Ted Leonsis, as well as Comcast Ventures, ViewLift launched its “B2B” streaming video platform today. ViewLift is positioning itself as a “one-stop-shop” for creating, launching and monetizing video applications that are designed for distribution across various devices, including smartphones, TVs, tablets, over-the-top boxes and game consoles.
CEO David DeWalt of Silicon Valley cybersecurity firm FireEye refers to his digital investigators as "cyber SEALs" — as in Navy SEALs, not the cuddly sea mammals. When big corporations like Sony Pictures, JPMorgan Chase, Target or Anthem suffered malicious hacks and data breaches that threatened their operations and reputations, they called in FireEye.
Shares of Cisco Systems rose in aftermarket trading Wednesday after its fiscal second-quarter results surpassed Wall Street's expectations. The San Jose, California-based company also raised its quarterly dividend to 21 cents from 19 cents.
Sprint CTO Stephen Bye is calling out AT&T and Verizon Wireless on their claims that reclassifying Internet service providers under Title II will chill network investment.
Sigfox has attracted $115 million in financing, some of which will be used to finance the deployment of a wireless network in the U.S. that will be dedicated to machine-to-machine (M2M) and other Internet of Things applications.
MVPDs and programmers can use the combined systems to deliver regionalized content such as sports or local programming to the right audience on any device. This Technology's SwitchStream alternate content delivery system is integrated with Harmonic's ProStream 9100 high-density stream processor.
By partnering with BestBuy, Time Warner Cable is providing an online retail route for users of its IntelligentHome monitoring and automation service. The deal with BestBuy allows IntelligentHome users to buy “smart” door locks, light bulbs and in-wall light switches that they can then self-install via a touchscreen.
Cablevision has signed off on the renewal of its long-term distribution agreement with Discovery Communications. The new multi-platform deal covered Discovery’s suite of 13 U.S. networks as well as TV Everywhere rights for authenticated Cablevision subscribers.
Midcontinent has promoted three of its managers to the director level based on their contributions to the company. With the promotions, newly minted directors Ben Dold, Chris Green and Char Hay are now part of Midcontinent’s senior leadership team, which also includes other directors and executives for the company.
Time Warner Cable is preparing to add the ability to perform DAI with on-demand content delivered to IP-based devices. TWC has set itself up to enable advertisers to run unified ad campaigns that could cut across all three platforms: traditional VOD, linear over IP, and on-demand over IP.
The FCC will use a modernized version of Title II with Section 706 as a “one-two” punch to keep the Internet fast, fair and open, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said in a speech last night, in which he provided a little more insight into his plans, which remain unpublished.
With the addition of four cities in the Southeast, WOW! Business continues to roll out its 110 Mbps down, 15 Mbps up tier to more small businesses across its footprint. WOW! Business is now offering the 110 Mbps service in Augusta, Charleston, Knoxville and Panama City for a total of 10 Southeast markets.
Cogeco Data Centers said it was on track to open a new 100,000-square-foot data center this spring on the island of Montreal. The new facility, which is located in Kirkland, will be the fifth location in Cogeco Data Services’ growing data center fleet.
RCN Business is removing some of the complexities associated with enterprise-level customers managing their WAN and LAN assets by offering a new managed LAN service. The service is packaged as a switch management solution for RCN Business’ hosted voice and Ethernet products.
Watch what you say in your living room. Samsung's smart TV could be listening. And sharing. Voice recognition technology in the South Korean company's Internet connected TVs captures and transmits nearby conversations.