Arris, Jinni and Huawei find new opportunities in evolving cable MSO market

Whether it's the emergence of new OTT video players, 4K or the FCC's “Unlock the Box” proposal, it's clear that cable industry manufacturer and services segment is facing a challenging yet innovative period.

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Arris, Jinni and Huawei find new opportunities in evolving cable MSO market

AT&T’s U-verse subscriber declines stand out amid pay-TV operator results

How did the pay-TV industry perform in the fourth quarter of 2015? Results in many categories were mixed — for example, while AT&T and Cox Communications reported the subscriber declines that continue to plague the cable industry, other operators like Comcast said their subscriber numbers rose during the period.

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AT&T’s U-verse subscriber declines stand out amid pay-TV operator results

Comcast: DOCSIS 3.1 acceleration is being driven by new broadband competition

NEW ORLEANS — A Comcast executive told attendees at this year's SCTE 2015 event that what's driving the cable industry to rapidly develop the DOCSIS 3.1 technology specification is a wave of new broadband and video competitors.

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DSTAC, CableCard, pay-TV apps challenge cable’s stronghold on the set-top market

A group of new technologies and services, including DSTAC, CableCard and pay-TV apps are set to challenge the cable industry's long-standing hold on the $20 billion set-top box market.

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SCTE’s Dzuban says its Energy 2020 initiative will help the cable industry save $1 billion

Mark Dzuban, president of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE), has set an ambitious goal with the organization's Energy 2020 initiative: reduce the cable industry's electrical power consumption by at least 25 percent by the year 2020.

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Sizing up the cable industry in Q2 2014

The second-quarter 2014 earnings season is underway and

Cable STBs have become power hogs

Cable set-top boxes (STB) may be the gateway of the consumer's viewing experience, but they are the home's second largest consumer of energy.

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Sizing up the cable, IPTV sector in Q1

The first quarter of the 2014 reporting season is underway and

Sizing up the cable industry in Q4 2013

The fourth-quarter earnings season is underway and

TDS carves out mid-market cloud, managed service niche

TDS has found that in the wireline segment of its business, the best opportunities lie within the managed services and cable industry segments.

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Sizing up the cable industry in Q3 2013

The cable industry's Q3 2013 earnings season is underway and FierceCable is capturing all of the action.

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Sizing up the cable industry in Q3 2013

Sizing up the cable industry in Q3 2013

The cable industry's Q3 2013 earnings season is underway and FierceCable is capturing all of the action.

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Sizing up the cable industry in Q3 2013

Comcast co-founder Brodsky predicts new cable consolidation wave

Julian Brodsky, the co-founder of Comcast, said during The Cable Show in Washington, D.C., that the cable industry is about to enter another round of consolidation.

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A Sea-Me-We-5 Alternative In the Works?

Sunil Tagare, the protagonist who helped drive the original FLAG effort that disrupted the global submarine cable industry back in the ’90s, is at it again. He has invited carriers to attend the first investors meeting and DGM for the ‘Tagare Cable’ in Dubai on September 11-13. ┬áThe Singapore-France system would take on the proposed Sea-Me-We-5 cable, the details of which have been … [ visit site to read more ]

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Fearless Undersea, Timid On Land

Sunil Tagare put out a great piece yesterday on the submarine cable industry’s unique ability to spend money, and it got me to thinking that there is a strange juxtaposition here. Somehow we as a global society have gotten to this place where it’s ok to gamble on fiber a mile or two under the waves, but horrifyingly risky to put it a few feet underground. … [ visit site to read more ]

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Business Revenue Driving ILEC Growth

There is an interesting pattern shaping up in first quarter financial reports from U.S. independent local exchange carriers, namely that revenue growth is strongest in the business customer

Michael Powell, NCTA, sounds off on cable industry innovation

Michael Powell, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association’s

Michael Powell, NCTA, sounds off on cable industry innovation

Michael Powell, the National Cable & Telecommunications Association’s

U.K. DSL at 50 Mbps to 100 Mbps, in May 2012

U.K.’s Origin Broadband is launching new broadband access services offering “faster than 40 Mbps service” starting in May 2012. The

African ISPs Survive Cable Cuts, Asian Projects Advance

Several interesting items from the submarine cable industry yesterday that are worth a mention. … [ visit site to read more ]

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African ISPs Survive Cable Cuts, Asian Projects Advance

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