BendBroadband has appointed Wade Holmes as its new vice president of technology after Holmes served in that role on an interim basis.
Clearwire released preliminary fourth-quarter results indicating that attempts to reinvigorate its business showed some results last quarter.
Amino Communications has selected Celeno Communications' Wi-Fi solutions for use in its IPTV set-top boxes.
Optimum Lightpath has introduced a bundle of Web conferencing services targeted to mid-market businesses.
BBC Worldwide picked the Comcast Media Center to pitch the programming from Spanish-language channel CBeebies from the CMC's video-on-demand content distribution platform.
AT&T has officially submitted to the FCC a request for approval to transfer $1 billion worth of spectrum to T-Mobile USA.
The legal battle stretches back to 2003, when EchoStar filed a $2 billion claim against NDS alleging that NDS was responsible for compromising EchoStar's content security system.
According to The News Herald, the city of Springfield would make about $3.1 million in infrastructure upgrades before transferring its cable system over to Knology.
The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers and Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth program will include several events designed to increase the representation of women in cable engineering.
Clearwire stepped up its efforts to get more wholesale customers as it braces for the loss of its largest customer, Sprint, which is phasing out devices that use Clearwire's WiMAX network in favor of its own LTE service.
Sprint has decided to remove the technology from its software through a series of over-the-air updates after disabling it last month because of "customer concerns."
Tablets and e-readers were a popular gift over the holidays, so much so that the number of people who own them nearly doubled between mid-December and January, a new study found.
Four cable companies selling a massive swath of AWS spectrum to Verizon Wireless for nearly $4 billion have decided to tell the FCC about the extensive marketing deals that go along with the transactions, but they don't want the details made public.
DirecTV and the owner of TV stations in Miami and Boston are in a standoff over fees the satellite provider pays to run broadcast programming, leaving tens of thousands of viewers unable to see shows ranging from "American Idol" to the NFL playoffs.
SeaChange International has hired Michael Bornak as its new chief financial officer. Bornak will also serve as treasurer, secretary, and senior vice president of finance and administration at SeaChange.
Investors dumped shares of Google after the fourth-quarter earnings call, sending shares of the company plummeting 9 percent in after-hours trading, spurred largely in part by a reported 8 percent drop in cost per click (CPC).
Intel, the world's largest chip-maker, said its profit rose 6 percent in the latest quarter, topping analyst expectations, even as hard drive shortages held back PC makers' chip orders.
Funding for start-ups rose 19 percent in the fourth quarter as venture capitalists fueled money into more companies in the Internet, clean technology and other sectors.
Comcast Business Services' Metro Ethernet service is now being offered by Latisys in the latter's Chicago-based data center.
The two operators were identified only as Tier 1 North American MSOs. The company previously announced that it has been working with Cablevision and with Videotron.
AT&T is adding more megabits to its data plans, but it's also raising its fees.
The two collaborate on a cloud-based approach to updating digital signs in retail outlets, updated via Verizon's LTE network.
Procera Networks announced that it has rung up a $2 million follow-on order from a top North American MSO.
While the iPhone 4S might have been a mild disappointment to many Apple faithful, it apparently spurred droves to choose the iPhone in the fourth quarter of 2011.
Verizon Wireless and Comcast are jumpstarting their new partnership with the cross-selling of each other’s services in Seattle and Portland.