Bright House Networks has added iPhones, iPod Touches and iPads to its “easy gadget” list of devices.
AT&T said it’s the first video provider in the nation to offer the live TV service through an Xbox 360.
Prior to joining RGB, Sassoli was vice president of in-home product sales with SeaChange.
Sezmi will deploy a hybrid broadcast/4G network.
The new Avastar chip supports 802.11n, 4 x 4.
Microsoft Corp. will launch three new smartphones with AT&T ahead of the holiday shopping season.
The deal hinges on non-linear video and new video platforms.
Montreal-based Vantrix is working with Videotron for its TV Everywhere and recently launched mobile TV services.
Cox Communications recently appointed Nelson Mower to the new position.
IEEE P802.3az has the potential to save terawatts.
Cablevision's Optimum Wi-Fi service is now available for use by sports fans and concertgoers.
With 40 percent returned to paying status in initial deployment.
Wireless subscribers in Japan use apps, browse the Internet and download content more.
The advertising arm of Comcast's RFI campaign is separate from Canoe Ventures' campaign.