JDSU Corp. reported a much smaller net loss for its fiscal second quarter than a year ago, when it recorded a big accounting charge.
Comcast, like its fellow cable ops, is watchful for any new technology or device that could mount a serious challenge to cable.
Satellite TV providers Dish Network Corp. and DirecTV Inc. usually unleash attack advertisements against their cable TV competitors.
Alvarion’s modest Q4 improvement was not enough to offset a rough year for the WiMAX infrastructure provider, which reported widening losses for the full-year 2009.
FairPoint and unions representing nearly 3,000 employees in northern New England have reached a tentative agreement on a contract.
Japan’s Sharp Corp. booked its second-straight profitable quarter in October-December, its cost-cutting efforts bringing it back from large losses.
Mega Hertz to resell EchoStar IPTV . . . Multi-touch enabled on Nexus One . . . VeriSign’s shares tumble.
Optimum Lightpath, a division of Cablevision, announced today the availability of its 40 Gigabit optical transport service for businesses in the New York metro area.
ThePlatform has launched mpx Beta, which is a retooled video management system that was designed to simplify online video publishing.
The budget that President Obama has submitted for fiscal year 2011 includes the full $352.5 million requested by the Federal Communications Commission.
Vertical Systems Group’s latest business Ethernet services leaderboard features two MSOs, Cox and Time Warner Cable, as top providers based on ports installed last year.
Mixed Signals will demonstrate the advanced audio monitoring capabilities of its Sentry digital content monitoring solution at next week’s CableLabs Winter Conference.
Incognito Software has updated its Address Commander Software with CALEA reporting, which the company plans on showing at the CableLabs Winter Conference.
NetLogic Microsystems has introduced a new knowledge-based processor designed specifically for communications equipment.