Voyager Mobile is a new prepaid MVNO using Sprint’s 3G and WiMAX networks.
The government never mentions the cable anymore, and Internet here remains the slowest in the hemisphere.
Subscribers from Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks, Comcast, Cablevision and Cox Communications will be able to log in to each other’s Wi-Fi hotspots, thanks to a new roaming agreement.
While Cablevision has been in the news for the steady stream of executives that have left the company, its decision to build a Wi-Fi network in 2008 has turned out to be visionary.
Suddenlink Communications Chairman and CEO Jerry Kent will be honored with the NCTA’s Vanguard Award for Distinguished Leadership during a luncheon and awards ceremony.
Itaas has signed a license agreement for Comcast’s Reference Development Kit (RDK), which is a pre-integrated software bundle that powers tru2way, IP or hybrid set-top boxes, along with other open source components.
Former Charter Communications CTO Marwan Fawaz has founded a new advisory firm, Sarepta Advisors, that features several high-level former cable operator executives in its lineup.
Videotron has taken a commanding lead in the DOCSIS 3.0 speed race with the launch of a 200 Mbps down, 30 Mbps up tier in Québec.
Kanouff worked her way up to president at SeaChange International prior to leaving the company to join Cablevision.
Verizon Wireless is again going on offense against critics of the AWS deal, this time targeting MetroPCS.
The partners have devised a means to enable MSOs to provide multi-screen services without major upgrades to their existing QAM and set-top environment.
The two have integrated their products to create a system that can place ads at any place within a VOD stream.
Prospective combatants in the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers’ IP Challenge can start gearing up for the challenge with online practice.
An FCC proposal to allocate spectrum for wireless health monitoring devices could lead to the development of products that may lower healthcare costs and improve outcomes for patients.
The MSO suspends its 250-GB-a-month usage allocation for all, effective immediately. On the way is a 300 GB allowance, plus the option to buy additional bandwidth.
Comcast’s HD video Skype service will be available to its subscribers in 10 markets, and it’s using an adapter box from Technicolor to provision the service.
The Moxi box is getting an HTML5 browser, and the company is releasing a software development kit with the relevant APIs.
The integrated system is designed to make sense of IPDR data so that MSOs can efficiently provide better, more efficient service.
The two companies have combined their products to create a means of upgrading deployed DOCSIS 2.0 and DOCSIS 3.0 devices for management control.
AT&T Mobility President and CEO Ralph de la Vega hinted that his company is eyeing shared data plans, similar to those Verizon Wireless has said it will offer.
After it killed it, the House resurrected a bill that would ban taxing Internet access in New Hampshire.
Time Warner Cable MoviePass subscribers now have access to Vutopia’s movie service on their PC and Mac computers and laptops across the cable operator’s entire footprint.
AT&T is buying eight 700 MHz lower B-block licenses off of Cox in areas of Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Virginia.
Avail-TVN has come up with some new dynamic ad insertion (DAI) tools to help content providers monetize VOD viewing.
SeaChange and Tellabs will jointly demonstrate a new ad-targeting technology for over-the-top video that is based on Web browser activity.