Comcast is still mulling the fine print of its Xcalibur service, including price point and whether it will be a premium-only offering, but the IP- and cloud-based service is headed to a major market next year.
While the OTT threat seems to be waning, satellite and IPTV video service providers are gaining ground on cable operators' share of the video pie, according to a recent report.
Clearwire needed a savior, and it appears that savior has come. The company will provide wholesale WiMAX services for UnitedOnline's NetZero brand beginning next year.
While most everyone else is talking about bandwidth caps, Frontier Communications has an interesting solution for its customers: Add another, separate DSL line.
Calix has expanded its portfolio of VDSL2 products complementing its Ethernet Unified Access Platform (ESAP), aimed at covering some of the few remaining density options that clients might require.
O2 Secure Wireless said today it will use a $33 million loan from the USDA's Rural Utilities Service to deploy LTE in 65 underserved markets.
The acquisition comes as Yahoo itself is the subject of takeover speculation. The company has been struggling to grow its revenue, even as rivals such as Google and Facebook – and overall Internet advertising – are doing just that.
Rather than keeping over-the-top streaming videos from the likes of Netflix, Hulu and Amazon at arm's length, Charter is embracing them.
Following up on its iPad app release from March, Time Warner Cable is putting the finishing touches on a similar app for Android tablets.
Bright House Networks’ iPad app lets digital basic service or higher subscribers watch up to 100 live channels.
Cable video gateway deployments will grow from less than 700,000 units in North America and Europe to more than 10 million by 2016.
YouTube is making a bold step into original programming in an entertainment venture with some 100 content creators.
As Netflix struggles, Amazon's streaming service has inked brand new deals with major studios to bring more content to its Kindle Fire tablets.
Virgin Media has consolidated 20 different equipment inventories onto a single inventory control system provided by Convergys.
The first two phones to run on AT&T's new high-speed data network went on sale. Both are big touchscreen smartphones that run Google's Android software.
But Cablevision’s revenues did get a boost from the inclusion of the former Bresnan Communications customers.
MobiTV is banking on its cloud-based video platform to provision TV Everywhere-type services for cable, satellite and IPTV video providers.
LightSquared is on the defensive following a conference call yesterday hosted by the Coalition to Save Our GPS.
Cablevision chief operating officer Tom Rutledge said the company is on track to complete a fiber ring in the former Bresnan Communications systems by year’s end.
To borrow a phrase from an infamous actor, Time Warner Cable’s high-speed Internet services were “winning” in the third quarter.
Clearwire may be losing Sprint as a wholesale WiMAX customer, but it appears that it has gained Sprint as a wholesale LTE customer.
Federal regulators have unveiled a plan for overhauling USF: It redirects the money toward broadband expansion.
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.