It supports new multiservice architectures.
The new C10G supports up to 384 channels.
Apple's stock dropped sharply this morning in early trading.
ESPN's content will start streaming over the Internet next Monday.
Fox has pulled its programming from Cablevision’s 3 million subscribers in New York and part of Philadelphia.
Clearwire has finally announced the launch dates for its WiMAX network in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
SeaChange has taken the wraps off of its Adrenalin back office software.
DigiForge’s EBIF User Agent ensures that every Evolution DTA deployed can run one-way EBIF apps.
The government is reviewing an Australian program that will allow ISPs to alert customers if their computers are taken over by hackers.
Time Warner Cable, Comcast and Bright House have strongly supported this endeavor.
Charleston, Panama City and Sioux Falls are next.
Standoff between Fox, Cablevision continues as deadline approaches.
Time Warner Cable has added 23 HD channels to its Buffalo TV lineup while viewers in Rochester have 19 more HD choices.
Verizon Wireless has denied reports from earlier this week that said otherwise.