Live From The Show: All Systems Broadband CEO Jason Skeoch on drivers for his company's product development, including the increasing use of fiber connectivity among business customers. One issue, Skeoch explains, is helping businesses build on the assets they already have in place.
Live From The Show: Envivio vice president of strategy and corporate...
Live From The Show: Verimatrix CTO Petr Peterka on providing security for Ultra...
AT&T’s marriage with DirecTV is almost official. Verizon’s OTT service plans are beginning to come into focus.
The jury’s still out on whether Dish will actually receive its auction discounts but new proposed rule revisions seem to ensure no DE will ever get remotely close to that sort of markdown again.
The FCC has been very busy lately.
After months of flirting, Dish Network and T-Mobile are finally starting to look like an item.
Although the FCC has yet to make an official announcement, reports suggest the Commission is leaning toward...
Big mergers and acquisitions are in bloom this spring but perhaps none are catching as many wireless industry eyes as the proposed Charter-Time Warner team-up.
In this panel at Rhode & Schwartz's LTE Innovation Summit, Wireless Week's Andrew Berg moderates a panel of experts for an in-depth discussion of the challenges and opportunities ahead for an nationwide interoperable first responder's network.
It’s easy to say we need more kids interested in STEM, the challenge comes in finding ways to accomplish it. In this video presentation, engineers discuss what inspired their own engineering journey, what we all can do to further expose kids to the wonders of engineering, and the challenges posed by STEM education.
Product Showcase: VeEX CEO Cyrille Morelle discusses the company's latest products, including the new RXT-1200 CWDM OTDR, the new 24x8 Cable Modem option for the CX380S-D3, testers designed for core networks up to 100 Gbps, as well as the new VeSion cloud-based, one system platform.
Live From The Show: SCTE CEO Mark Dzuban on the organization’s Corporate Alliance Program, and its Energy 2020 program (which concentrates on developing best practices and technologies that will help the cable industry manage its energy consumption), and other issues.
Live From The Show: RGB Networks VP of Product Management Andy Salo is building on its background in open source cloud computing with what he says will be the industry's first commercial-grade, open-source transcoder. The company considers the combination of its RipCode transcoder and open APIs a pathway to software defined networking.
While full-scale DOCSIS 3.1 implementations may not occur for another few years, cable operators are currently preparing their networks. In this free, live, Google Hangout, which is sponsored by VeEX, and hosted by CED, attendees will learn about how cable operators and vendors are gearing up for 3.1 rollouts. Panelists include: Cox’s Jeff Finkelstein, The Volpe Firm’s Brady Volpe, and VeEX CEO Cyrille Morelle.
Conviva chief strategy officer Keith Zubchevich on the how the Internet remains a hostile environment for video, even as more video is traversing the open network, and on the technological approach Conviva devised for making the Internet safe for video.
Envivio vice president of strategy and corporate development at Envivio talks about ultra HD (aka 4K) TV, the benefits of hosting video services in the cloud, and how cable network operators can manage encoding and transcoding technologies to make multi-screen video delivery easier.
Dave Sheffey vice president of sales at Napco Security Technologies discusses how broadband-based security systems are available not just for the residential market, but also for the commercial market. Napco Security provides systems that cover both fire and intrusion.