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Broadband Briefs for 5/23/07

Wed, 05/23/2007 - 8:10am
CED staff

* Occam’s 2006, Q1 2007 filings delayed
Occam Networks Inc. is not in compliance with Nasdaq’s Marketplace Rule 4310(c)(14) because Occam did not file its Q1 2007 report in a timely fashion.

Occam has delayed the filing of its Form 10-Q, as well as its Form 10-K for the 2006 fiscal year, because its audit committee is conducting a review of Occam’s prior revenue recognition practices, the company said.

Occam’s requested hearing before a Nasdaq panel is scheduled for May 31. 

* Ovum sees $ in cable operators’ future
In Ovum RHK’s new five-year global forecast for service provider revenues and capital spending, the company predicts that North American cable operators and Latin American telcos will see the highest growth rates.

“Access network deployment has reached a steady state, and wireline capital spending is entering a period of stability,” said John Lively, VP of forecasting at Ovum RHK. “Continued erosion of fixed voice revenues will constrain future wireline capex increases. Mobile revenue and capex growth will continue, but more slowly as older markets mature.”

* SureWest chooses Widevine for IPTV security
SureWest Communications has chosen Widevine Technologies to protect its IPTV services.

Widevine’s security solution integrates quickly and delivers content to STBs, PCs, PVRs and mobile devices.

Widevine also offers TelcoTV, a downloadable conditional access solution and the ability to secure content across IP video devices.

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