Europe’s big cable show, Anga, saw 440 exhibitors, 16,000 trade visitors and 1,600 congress delegates, and the show increased its foreign visitors from 43 percent last year to 50 percent this year.
Haivision’s new CoolSign 5.0 digital signage system; Miranda Technologies' expanded Kaleido-IP advanced IP-based multi-viewer platform; and TriQuint's new DOCSIS 3.0 amplifier, the TAT2814A.
Netstream will use the Edgeware system to resell IPTV services to other service providers in Switzerland.
The software-based system uses the TR-069 protocol to manage customer equipment, regardless of the type of network.
ThinkAnalytics’ recommendation engine serves 70 million subscribers in eight languages.
Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks and Insight Communications customers were slated to get HBO Go on their Kindle Fire tablets.
The SCTE will host a digital home symposium in Orlando, Fla., the day before its SCTE Cable-Tec Expo gets underway.
The company intends to work with consumer electronics manufacturers to get broadband-based TV integrated into a wide range of consumer products.
Sony will double down on the Google TV concept with a similar box that also incorporates a Blu-ray player, due during the holiday season.
When it comes to home networking devices, North America is the worldwide leader.
Shaw Direct is laying claim to being the first direct-to-home provider in Canada to use adaptive streaming technology to deliver video-on-demand content directly to subscribers’ set-top boxes.
SeaChange International is continuing in its evolution as a software-based company with the purchase of interactive TV software developer Flashlight Engineering and Consulting.
Broadcom co-founder Henry Samueli is recognized for his development of analog and mixed-signal circuitry that helped enable cable modem technology.
Connections Europe, produced by Parks Associates, offers high-level analysis and consumer research, networking opportunities, and information on emerging connected home services and technologies.
The Anga Cable Show in Cologne, Germany, increased its number of foreign attendees from 43 percent to 50 percent.
Western Digital has released a new line of in-home routers aimed at mitigating performance problems related to the increasing number of wireless devices connecting to home networks.
The U.S. Department of Justice is conducting an antitrust investigation into whether traditional pay-TV companies are acting improperly in their competition with online video companies.
Time Warner Cable is out of the starting blocks with the first launch of its cloud-based video-on-demand application in Syracuse.
The MSO will test ActiveVideo’s cloud-based system to provide a VOD user interface in Chattanooga.
Hitron Technologies is taking the wraps off of a cable modem and data gateway that features Intel’s Puma 6 Media Gateway chipset.
HTML5 is shaping up to be the point where cable companies, which have long prospered using standards common amongst themselves, begin to employ standards commonly used by the electronics industry at large.
The system, designed for the European HbbTV approach, relies on a set of open standards.
Nate Williams of Motorola Mobility discusses the difficulties involved with making the connected home appear simple to use.
Tom Wirth, senior vice president of Nagra Americas, introduces the company's new Broadcast IP Gateway at The Cable Show in Boston.
Edgeware CMO Duncan Potter discusses Edgeware's evolution from the server market to the market for distributed delivery networks. Potter also explains Edgeware’s partnership with SeaChange International that the company announced at The Cable Show.