Today, BigBand announced the availability of its Broadcast Video Services Software 3.0, which is an upgrade to its installed base of Broadband Multimedia Routers.
RGB Networks has added another product to its Broadcast Network Processor (BNP) lineup with today’s debut of the BNP3xr.
Apparently, the conversion to digital nine months ago didn’t drive a stake through the over-the-air TV antenna market.
Vonage has regained full compliance with the New York Stock Exchange's requirements for its stock to remain listed on the exchange.
Flurry reports that sales of Google’s Nexus One haven’t even come close to sales of the Motorola Droid and the iPhone.
DirecTV, Versus have deal after more than 6 mos . . . FairPoint adds former Verizon exec as CIO . . . Ixia joins Network Test Automation Forum . . . BroadSoft files for IPO worth up to $103.5M.
Communications regulators are unveiling a sweeping proposal to overhaul U.S. broadband policy.
On Friday, McSlarrow sent a letter to the FCC that outlined seven consumer principles cable ops could help implement to spur video innovation in the retail market.
Entropic shares rose Monday after an analyst noted the company is expanding its home networking business to other major video signal providers besides Verizon.
Comcast announced today that Cathy Avgiris was recently promoted to senior vice president and general manager of communications and data services.
Covad Communications announced today it would launch nationwide Ethernet services by the middle of next month.
After grabbing headlines with a sign-on bonus of more than $100 million, Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha has settled down to a more pedestrian $3.77 million in annual pay.
The cable industry’s petition to overthrow Federal Communications Commission program access rules has been denied.
During its fourth-quarter and year-end earnings call, SeaChange announced that Yvette Kanouff was promoted to president, and that president and COO Ed Dunbar was leaving.