Broadcom said Chinese cable operators achieved strong quality of service results during a recent network test of Broadcom's DOCSIS-based Ethernet over Coax (EoC) cable architecture technology.
"It would have taken over a dozen devices from other vendors to provide the breadth of functionality found in the one-rack unit ProStream 1000 with ACE," said Tony Stout, CTO at PRTC. "Harmonic's ProStream with ACE technology gave us a cost-effective, highly flexible solution that delivers excellent video quality for our Mediaroom deployment, helping us gain a competitive advantage."
A lower court previously concluded that Google's popular video service is protected from copyright infringement claims. On Tuesday, Viacom urged a Manhattan appeals panel to reject that ruling.
Cablevision said the iO en espanol package was available to new residential and commercial subscribers starting at $8.95 per month. Customers need to subscribe to Cablevision's basic service tier and above, as well as have a digital cable set-top box. Existing iO en espanol customers interested in the new channels can upgrade their tiers.
The new daily plans include $3 per day for unlimited talk, text and Web, with 200 MB of high-speed data; $2 per day for unlimited talk, text and Web on T-Mobile's 2G EDGE network; and $1 per day for unlimited text and 10 cents per minute for talk.
Saksena fills a gap at Cox that has been open since January, when former executive vice president and CSO Dallas Clement was hired as the CFO of AutoTrader.com.
Itaas said Bowick will provide guidance on technology trends and ways to serve the needs of service providers as they transition from a TV-centric RF digital network to a multi-screen, multi-platform environment over an IP network.
Momentum is going with a billing and OSS system from LogiSense to backup its wholesale digital voice services business.
The two companies joined forces late Thursday when Microsoft completed its $8.5 billion purchase of Skype. The closing came five months after Microsoft announced the deal.
ECI will be demonstrating an innovative approach to provisioning business services via DOCSIS over EPON.
The new Brightpath Optical Solutions (BOS), an “end-to-end” system approach to fiber architectures, offers a full suite of headend, outside plant and end user solutions for an operator to choose the technology and architecture needed for residential, MDU, commercial and cellular backhaul applications.
TriQuint’s TriAccess CATV/FTTH products simplify and satisfy RF needs in high-speed broadband systems. Our DOCSIS 3.0/edge QAM amplifiers can cut power consumption by 50 percent and space by 80 percent. TriQuint FTTH/GPON/RFoG amplifiers are ultra low noise and can substantially extend system link budgets.
Our cable-ready, carrier-grade optical and professional services solutions are helping MSOs across North America deliver video, data and telecom services over a single, high-speed network.
BigBand Networks is a leader in digital video networking. The company’s innovative video networking platforms utilize exiting infrastructure to deliver and monetize multi-platform video services, including digital TV, high-definition TV, advanced advertising, video-on-demand and interactive TV, along with state-of-the-art bandwidth solutions.
From broadband-powered home energy monitoring to immersive 3-D TV, the My World exhibit at The Cable Show 2010 dazzled visitors with real-life depictions of all that cable can do. Here, NCTA vice president Mark Bell describes how My World came to be.
Incognito's Broadband Command Center's new Auto-Configuration Server component helps cable operators expand services to non-cable systems such as DSL, PON and WiMAX, where TR-069 is the dominant provisioning and management system.
With increasingly intrepid, interactive and networked subscribers experimenting with ways to hook all of their media devices together, aided and abetted by certain consumer electronics vendors, cable operators and other service providers are being forced to consider how to handle home networks.
SpectrumCo, a joint venture of Comcast Corp., Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Advance/Newhouse and Sprint Nextel, put up a combined $2.37 billion to win 137 wireless spectrum licenses via the FCC's Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) auction.
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