The commission’s chair advocates what is said to be a technology-neutral privacy framework that better matches the FTC’s standards for others in the digital...
Survey suggests a concerning lack of due diligence during the design process.
Company is offering business customers fixed wireless service, unified communications, managed services, network security, business continuity, network...
Commission sets key rules for a competitive reverse auction that it says will provide nearly $2 billion for rural deployment over the next decade.
Service is being offered to both residential and business subscribers.
Solution news from vendors.
Deadline for abstracts is just around the corner on March 1. Expo is set for Oct. 17-20 in Denver.
Smartphone-based options are leading the way, but the dedicated VR headset segment should see a huge boost in sales in the next several years, according to a...
Better mobile data capabilities of smartphones and a growing number of value-added mobile services may encourage fixed broadband cord cutters, research firm...
Acquisition adds portfolio of wireless and wired networking products to address growing wireless broadband markets.
Company adds another gigabit wireless broadband service pin to its map.
Vendor and operator news.
Service is now available on most major smart TVs and streaming media players.
Depending on location, most TDS customers in eligible rural areas will reportedly receive guaranteed broadband speeds of 25 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload.
Nokia provided a 5G radio network for the tests.
Research firm finds that Google dominated headset shipments, but Samsung won on revenues.
Around three quarters of respondents from the United States and the United Kingdom indicated they would be willing to pay an extra monthly fee for better WiFi.
Product and solution news.
Subscribers can check when the technician is en route and get a notice when he or she has arrived along with a photo.
Online learning, advanced communications, and enhanced security are supported.
Kenai and Soldotna are the latest areas of the state to be offered ultra high-speed internet services.
eVUE-TV is available on the NCTC’s VU-IT! Platform.
Findings from several global markets focus on consumers’ screen of choice, and VR and live video access expectations.
Society is encouraging high school robotics clubs and groups whose membership includes at least one son or daughter of a current SCTE/ISBE member to apply for...
Product and deployment news.
Ultra-fast internet speeds offered to homes, apartments, and small businesses in the area.
Some of the funds OK’d by the FCC are slated to offer internet access in hardest to serve areas of the state.
Meter was accurate within a range of +/-0.7 percent, according to NetForecast.
Some of the run-up to March Madness can be seen in ultra high-definition.
Migration to cloud voice platform reportedly simplifies operations and reduces costs for the two NCTC members.
Video subscriber loss mainly came from legacy Time Warner Cable systems.
Chilean operator’s on-demand service use doubled after rolling out cloud-based interface.
Hybrid linear and streaming interface offers live and on-demand programming on set-tops.
Conference technical paper presentation and operator rollout news.
Operator deploys 1 Gbps offering in northern Alabama and southern Tennessee.
App is slated to appear soon for Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Samsung Smart TV.
Successor to the Xfinity TV app aims for functionality closer to what subs are used to with X1.
DOCSIS 3.1-based service is expected to launch in 2017 in a market that’s already seen its fair share of gigabit attention.
Voice control could push the interest in adoption of the technology even further.