CTIA, which long fought against the FCC's net neutrality regulations, may now find itself defending them in court.
During its third-quarter conference call this morning, Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt said the company has deployed a cloud-based user guide in parts of Syracuse, Dallas and Los Angeles.
It’s a textbook example of how Comcast can deliver cloud-based services while also cutting the bottom line through virtualization.
A United Nations panel has given governments a target of connecting half of the world's poor citizens to broadband Internet by 2015.
Pioneer Telephone Cooperative has selected a DVR set-top box from Amino for its IPTV service.
People still fear that cord-cutting may yet develop into a phenomenon, but the evidence is that it isn’t happening much.
Cablevision voice customers now can dial-up phone numbers from a browser.
Current residential and business customers were upgraded to DOCSIS 3.0.
The joint solution will help service providers jump in quickly.
Sprint will use the airwaves to launch LTE Advanced in the first half of 2013.
Netflix jolted its shareholders again with its third-quarter financial report.
4G is going mass market, and it couldn’t be at a more opportune time.
C Spire Wireless is pouring an additional $10 million into its network to harden its CDMA infrastructure ahead of its planned LTE launch.
The company will start offering access to movies and TV shows early next year.
Google is exploring the possibility of helping to finance a possible deal by others.
Fibertech Networks has teamed up with Ciena for the build-out of a mobile backhaul network for an unnamed wireless service provider in Connecticut.
Apparently that time has come – but only for some of its devices.
Verizon’s Q3 was buoyed by postpaid subs and LTE devices.
Gehua Cable will include the STi7141 in set-top boxes for all of its subscribers.
Cogeco has been pushing the envelope on its DOCSIS 3.0 rollouts.
Sidera announced this week that it has expanded its network into a corporate center in Virginia.
Cisco is forking out $99 million in cash and retention-based incentives.
Overall profits slide; iPhone sales flat.
Nine cable operator engineers and operations professionals will go toe to toe.