Chips that go into set-tops seem to be an attractive purchase.
BlackArrow and NDS will be demonstrating the product for the first time in public.
Anyone can access customers through any Internet-connected device in the home.
Service providers can deliver 3-D using RGB equipment that's in place.
Jeremy Bennington was recently promoted to general manager and vice president of its V-Factor business unit.
Greg Riker spent the last 10 years at Arris, which included stops at nCube and C-Cor.
The two additions expands Entropic's board to eight members.
Comcast has fired up its A28 Motorola program guide in Indiana.
Time Warner Cable is laying claim to being the first cable operator to carry the New England Sports Network.
Modems from Arris, Cisco, Motorola, Netgear, SMC and Thomson get the D3 OK.
Videotron's wireless service is set to go live this Thursday.
The company separated transmission and headend products from Grass Valley.
Motorola and Ericsson are collaborating on mobile broadband technology.
SNL Kagan determines that overall U.S. spending on ads is growing again.
The hand wringing is over for Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks customers now that the two cable providers have reached a new, long-term programming accord with Walt Disney.