Ericsson is preparing a unified content delivery network designed to handle managed and unmanaged content over both fixed and mobile networks. Specifically, the approach aims to help companies manage the rising demand for OTT video.
Genband launched a new white label cloud service, which is called “NUViA,” that it said will cut down on the amount of equipment service providers need to provision their services while also cutting down on time to market.
Amdocs claims its updated product suite is the only back office system able to deliver real-time integration across network control, business and operational support systems to give end customers a new level of control over their experiences.
Sunrise Telecom has a firmware upgrade for its cable modem test products that the company said provides a significant increase in technicians’ ability to analyze and troubleshoot the RF and fiber distribution network.
Greenlee introduced its new 910FS Optical Fusion Splicer and 910CL Optical Fiber Cleaver; Actiontec launched ScreenBeam, a wireless display kit that lets users mirror their PC, tablet and smartphone displays on an HDTV; and Celeno and Atmel are developing integrated solutions for high-performance Wi-Fi Direct remote controls.
Cisco has introduced a stadium Wi-Fi system that incorporates a multicast capability. Cisco StadiumVision Mobile gives stadium operators the option of creating channels of additional content, such as a replay channel, a broadcast channel for out-of-town games and feeds from stadium cameras, all accessible through a mobile app.
Testing and measurement vendor JDSU announced StrataSync, which provides network operators with a centralized approach to manage and analyze data from thousands of deployed JDSU test instruments directly from the cloud.
Arris introduced a new whole-home network and entertainment gateway designed specifically for triple-play and quad-play customers. The company demonstrated its hybrid MG2402 gateway, based on the reference design kit (RDK) from Comcast, in the Intel booth at CES.
Verizon’s new media server made its official debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, along with an IP-based set-top box. Motorola made both the media server and set-top box, with the former rumored to be in the works for some time.
Cisco has expanded its Videoscape video services platform to deliver a network DVR and enriched TV Everywhere. The company also built a new gateway for the Videoscape ecosystem to provide connectivity to IP devices in the home.
ZyXel announced a turnkey commercial Wi-Fi hotspot upgrade to its CloudEnabled Business Access Point, Cycle30 developed commercial business billing software designed for cable ops and Concurrent modified its video system to deliver content directly to Smart TVs.
Comporium Communications is making it easy for any Tier 2 or Tier 3 company to get into the broadband-based home security, monitoring, and automation (SMA) business with a new cloud-based service, and it's armed with a reseller agreement with iControl.
The sheer volume of multi-screen videos, along with the proliferation of the devices used to watch the content on, can be overwhelming at times, but Comcast-owned thePlatform has added “smart workflow” features to its mpx offering to help solve those issues.
The company introduced two new Near Field Communication solutions that will integrate certified NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and FM onto a single chip. Broadcom also announced a single card solution combining its 5G Wi-Fi combo chip with its standalone NFC.
Cisco today introduced a new line card, the 3 Gigabit Shared Port Adapter (3GSPA), that increases not only the downstream capacity of its flagship CMTS, the uBR10012 Universal Broadband Router (uBR10K), but also capacity back to the core. The company also introduced a new processing engine for the uBR10K called the Performance Routing Engine (PRE5).