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  AT&T puts the bite in Whopper Wi-Fi  
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  Nagra provides Dish, EchoStar multi-screen protection  
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  Lightpath’s fiber tops 7,000 locations in New York metro area  
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  Multichoice taps Clearleap for multi-screen management  
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  Vodafone Netherlands working with Entone  
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  Dish to refund $2M to Washington state customers  

On Demand Webcast: Operation DOCSIS 3.1

With some of the DOCSIS 3.1 specifications being published by CableLabs late last year, it’s time to start planning for the operational changes at the plant level for deployments, and discuss what type of monitoring tools will be needed. In this live, 60-minute webcast, which is sponsored by VeEX, and hosted by CED, attendees will learn about some of the key operational aspects that need to be looked at ahead of 3.1 deployments.


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AT&T puts the bite in Whopper Wi-Fi

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Burger King is upgrading to a more robust Wi-Fi platform with the help of AT&T. Diners at the fast food chain will soon be able to log in to “Whopper Wi-Fi” on their smartphones and tablet devices. AT&T said Burger King was the first large-scale customer of its Wi-Fi Ready Zone. 


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FTTH 2014 Conference & Expo in Fort Lauderdale

FTTH products, solutions, technology and best practices in the industry - 35 track sessions, panels, keynotes and 100 exhibitors. Early bird deadline April 23, 2014


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Nagra provides Dish, EchoStar multi-screen protection

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Dish Network and EchoStar have expanded their security partnership with Nagra to include digital rights management (DRM) for multi-screen services. Dish and EchoStar have deployed the Nagra MediaLive Player (NMP) with Nagra’s MediaAccess Persistent Rights Management (PRM) technology, which is Nagra’s studio-approved DRM solution, to enable and secure the Dish Anywhere multi-screen VOD service.


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Lightpath’s fiber tops 7,000 locations in New York metro area

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Lightpath, a division of Cablevision, announced it has lit up more than 7,000 locations across its fiber network in the New York metropolitan area with more than 1,000 coming onboard over the past year. Close to half of the new locations were in New Jersey, which represents a burgeoning opportunity for Lightpath’s services to mid-market business and other organizations.


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Multichoice taps Clearleap for multi-screen management

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The African pay-TV provider, which operates services in sub-Saharan Africa, will use the Clearleap products to manage its library of premium live and on-demand video content, then distribute and monetize it across VOD, web portals, apps and more.


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Vodafone Netherlands working with Entone

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Vodafone Netherlands is partnering with Entone and its systems integration partner, Divitel, to support TV services on its fiber to the home (FTTH) network in the Netherlands. Vodafone’s Thuis service offers a number of television features including Pause Live TV (PLTV), along with a video on demand (VOD) library from public broadcasters, HBO, Videoland, and many others.


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Dish to refund $2M to Washington state customers

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Dish Network Corp. will reimburse Washington state customers about $2 million for a surcharge officials called deceptive, but the satellite TV provider denied wrongdoing in the agreement announced Tuesday by the state attorney general's office. The Colorado-based company also will give existing customers who were charged the fee cash credit or access to free programming and pay the state nearly $570,000.


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