RGB Networks is demonstrating how cable operators can deliver their programming to PCs and mobile devices.
Mixed Signals has expanded its Sentry line of digital content monitors with a new version optimized for cable networks and broadcasters.
At The Cable Show, Panasonic is demonstrating its Full HD 3-D Viera plasma displays, as well as its latest cable technologies.
The company’s Subscriber Service Control System allows operators to apply usage policy.
Hitachi has introduced 10G EPON and 10G DePON ONUs and line cards for its Salira product line.
At The Cable Show, Miranda Technologies is highlighting its loudness control solution – Automatic Loudness Control.
Toa Technologies has partnered with Cycle30, a new company providing small- and medium-size providers with a billing operations platform.
Verizon Wireless’ CEO told The Wall Street Journal that Verizon is working with Google on a tablet computer to match the success of Apple's iPad.
Comcast and itaas jointly announced that they’ve wrapped up porting TVWorks’ user agent for use in the cable operator’s Cisco STBs.
On the heels of Cox launching the tru2way-based UI that it developed with NDS, the two companies have extended their agreement.
Comcast has increased its VOD offering by a whopping 450 percent with the addition of 9,000 movie titles.
It’s good to be Marwan Fawaz.
Insight brought in $261.4 million in revenue in its first quarter, a 10 percent increase year-over-year.
The Comcast Media Center has added Mediacom and 10 other ops to its VOD content distribution platform to serve up VOD offerings in their respective footprints.