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  Charter’s all digital blazes a trail in former Bresnan systems  
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  CSG, Grande Communications extend agreement  
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  CloudLink secures virtual machines on Azure  
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  A-L enabling Telefónica cloud DVR, mosaic services  
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  INSP gains 140,000 new subs through NCTC members  

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Charter’s all digital blazes a trail in former Bresnan systems

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Charter Communications is looking to cross off the former Bresnan, and Optimum, systems from its all-digital checklist once the conversion kicks off in Wyoming, Montana, and Colorado. Charter’s stated goal is to have its all-digital upgrades completed across its entire 29-state footprint by the end of this year, with the former Bresnan systems scheduled for completion in November.


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CATV Network Testing Simplified

The VeEX® CX380S-D3 is a super-tech installation and maintenance tool for next generation CATV networks. Equipped with a large 7" touch-screen color LCD and intuitive graphical user interface, the CX380S-D3 can be used under all light conditions. This highly flexible unit combines a 1 GHz spectrum analyzer with 60 dB dynamic range, a forward and return path Digital QAM analyzer, and an MPEG analyzer in a single portable instrument.


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CSG, Grande Communications extend agreement

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Texas-based Grande Communications has extended its nearly 15-year relationship with CSG International by signing a new multi-year deal. Under the new extension, Grande will work with CSG to implement additional solutions to provide “a holistic IT landscape to support subscribers in Texas.”


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CloudLink secures virtual machines on Azure

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The solution provides enterprises with control of the encryption keys for both Windows- and Linux-based virtual machines deployed in Azure. The process enables the validation of the integrity of virtual machines before they are allowed to boot.


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Successful Strategies for Wi-Fi Deployments

This free, 60-minute webcast, sponsored by ARRIS and hosted by CED, examines the additional elements that come into play in the performance of Wi-Fi connected devices. Now available ON DEMAND.


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A-L enabling Telefónica cloud DVR, mosaic services

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Alcatel-Lucent said that Telefónica is using its Cloud DVR system to enable the cloud DVR service that Telefónica rolled out in February. A-L also said Telefónica is using its products for a service that gives Telefónica customers the option to select from up to six different streams in sporting events.


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INSP gains 140,000 new subs through NCTC members

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Family entertainment network INSP has added more than 140,000 new subscribers on multiple National Cable Television Cooperative (NCTC) systems across the country. In April INSP, which is available nationwide via cable, satellite DBS and telcos, reached a multi-year renewal agreement with Time Warner Cable.


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DOCSIS 3.1 Checklist

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Panel has the Answers for 3.1 Questions

Following up on a recent webcast on DOCSIS 3.1, CED has re-assembled the panel to provide additional answers to your questions. Panelists include: Cox’s Jeff Finkelstein, The Volpe Firm’s Brady Volpe, and VeEX CEO Cyrille Morelle.


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T-Mobile deal helps Rhapsody hit 2M paying subs

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Rhapsody International Inc. said Tuesday its partnership with T-Mobile US Inc. has helped boost its number of paying subscribers to more than 2 million, up from 1.7 million in April. Last month, Rhapsody teamed up with the nation's fourth-largest carrier on a new service called unRadio. It allows users to stream randomly generated songs along a genre, artist or song name without ads.


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