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SMB Mobility: Cable's Next Big Chance?
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12/3/2018  |  Post a comment
In this video interview, Independence Research's Matt Davis examines the potential for cable operators to deliver mobile services to small-to-midsized businesses.
Vertical Systems: SD-WAN Not Profitable Yet
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11/29/2018  |  Post a comment
In this video interview, Vertical Systems' Erin Dunne dissects the emerging SD-WAN market and explains why service providers aren't making much money from it yet.
Spectrum Enterprise: Virtualized Services Virtually Here
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11/28/2018  |  Post a comment
In this video interview, Charter Spectrum Enterprise's Gunnar Peters talks about the MSO's efforts to build an SDN/NFV framework for delivering virtualized services to commercial customers.
Liberty Global's Cloud Network Strategy Explained
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11/9/2018  |  Post a comment
Liberty Global's director of Strategy Roadmap & Innovation, Chris Aspell, explains how the cable giant's network will evolve to a more cloud-based architecture in the coming years.
Breznick Digs Into Europe's Cable Trends
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11/9/2018  |  Post a comment
LR's Cable/Video Practice Leader Alan Breznick explains how Europe and North America are not in sync when it comes to DOCSIS 3.1 and Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) developments and looks at how 5G is shaping MSO mindsets.
Making Smart Cities Smarter
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11/5/2018  |  1 comment
At SCTE Cable-Tec Expo in Atlanta last week, Arris and its partners demonstrated how fast broadband links can enable a growing array of smart-city applications.
IBM: Don't Panic! We Won't Mess With Red Hat
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10/29/2018  |  1 comment
On a joint conference call, senior IBM and Red Hat execs sought to reassure analysts, investors and customers that nothing will change at Red Hat after Big Blue completes its $34 billion takeover.
CableLabs Futurist: AI Still Has Its Limits
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10/29/2018  |  1 comment
In a fireside chat at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, CableLabs' Bernardo Huberman warns that, despite their many attributes, smart machines are still no substitute for human beings.
Mr. Rogers Slams Trump, & for Good Reason
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10/29/2018  |  Post a comment
No, not Fred Rogers. We're talking about former NBC Cable chief Tom Rogers, who blasted the president's denunciation of the news media as 'enemies of the people.'
Charter Puts Mobile in Motion
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10/26/2018  |  Post a comment
Following the full market launch of its new Spectrum Mobile product last month, the No. 2 US MSO has signed up 21,000 wireless customers and is integrating mobile service into its new triple-play bundle.
Cable Leaders Hammer 5G 'Hype'
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10/24/2018  |  Post a comment
In keynote talks at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, NCTA CEO Michael Powell and Cox CTO Kevin Hart belittle 5G's promise and play up cable's 10 Gig broadband potential.
Have Cable Business Services Topped Out?
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10/18/2018  |  Post a comment
The US cable industry is now pulling in close to $18 billion in annual revenues from commercial services, but the growth rate is falling. How much lift is left for cable?
Why Vodafone Is Betting on Cloud Video
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10/15/2018  |  Post a comment
Major European provider will lay out the strategy behind its new Vodafone TV streaming service at Light Reading's Cable Next-Gen Europe event in London next month.
Where's Cable Going With Cloud?
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10/12/2018  |  Post a comment
In a special, free SCTE|ISBE Cable-Tec Expo breakfast roundtable session on Tuesday, October 23, we'll look at where cable stands in its cloud journey.
Why Cable Keeps Feasting on Fiber
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10/10/2018  |  Post a comment
In a new report published in partnership with SCTE/ISBE, Light Reading spells out what cable operators are doing with fiber now and what they plan to do with it in the future.
5G: Friend or Foe for European Cable?
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10/8/2018  |  Post a comment
That's one of the looming technology and business challenges that Light Reading will tackle on November 6 at our inaugural Cable Next-Gen Europe conference in London.
Vodafone Revs Up DOCSIS 3.1 in Germany
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10/1/2018  |  1 comment
Major European provider becomes second MSO to launch gigabit-enabling D3.1 service in Germany, following the launch by Liberty Global's Unitymedia unit in May.
What's Next for European Cable?
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9/18/2018  |  Post a comment
Light Reading will tackle the big technology and business changes buffeting the European cable industry at our inaugural Cable Next-Gen Europe conference in London on Nov. 6.
Charter Chief Shrugs Off 5G Threat
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9/14/2018  |  Post a comment
Speaking at a Goldman Sachs media conference, Charter CEO Tom Rutledge says 5G fixed-wireless networks won't be able to match cable's planned 10-Gig symmetrical speeds or economics.
Liberty Latin America Rebounds From Hurricanes
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8/13/2018  |  Post a comment
Bouncing back from hurricane-wracked results over the previous year, Liberty Latin America scores strong subscriber gains in second quarter but revenues and income still lag.
Liberty Global: A Tale of Two Companies?
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8/9/2018  |  Post a comment
Despite continuing struggles in its other European markets, Liberty Global boosts subscribers, revenues and operating cash flow in Q2, largely due to Virgin Media's strong performance.
NBN Finally Revs Up DOCSIS 3.1 Engine
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8/8/2018  |  Post a comment
More than two years later than originally planned, Australia's government-backed wholesale broadband operator says it has started deploying the multi-gigabit DOCSIS tech on its HFC network.
Altice USA: 'Wait Till Next Year!'
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8/3/2018  |  Post a comment
Fourth-biggest US MSO is laying the groundwork for a fresh wave of subscriber and revenue growth next year with FTTH buildout, uber set-top rollout, 1-Gig deployments and MVNO deal.
Charter Still Content With No Content
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7/31/2018  |  4 comments
Unlike such other US pay-TV giants as AT&T and Comcast, Charter still sees no reason to bulk up and diversify with major video programming assets.
Charter to New York: We Ain't Going Anywhere
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7/31/2018  |  Post a comment
Charter Chief Tom Rutledge says company plans to fight state PSC order to sell all its New York cable systems and leave the state behind.
New York State Tells Charter to Get Out
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7/30/2018  |  1 comment
State PSC revoked its 2016 approval of Charter's acquisition on Friday and ordered Charter to file plans within 60 days to sell all its New York cable systems to another provider.
Comcast Asks Wall Street: Where Is the Love?
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7/26/2018  |  1 comment
Number one US cable and broadband provider flexes broadband muscles as it seeks to prove to financial community that it's still got its good-old growth mojo going.
AT&T Starts to Milk the Time Warner Cash Cow
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7/25/2018  |  Post a comment
Company executives spell out plans to use new WarnerMedia assets to boost subscription, advertising and transactional revenues on all their distribution platforms.
Verizon: We'll Still Do Video Our Way
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7/24/2018  |  Post a comment
Big Red pins residential broadband hopes on putting fiber in more markets as its Fios platform continues to score modest gains in data customers while its DSL sub base dwindles further.
Comcast, Charter Bail on Sinking Mets
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7/23/2018  |  4 comments
Two largest US cablecos move to shed their minority stakes in baseball team while keeping their share of SNY, the Mets' premium cable sports network.
Comcast Gives Up on Fox, Focuses on Sky
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7/19/2018  |  Post a comment
Seemingly bowing to the inevitable, Comcast formally withdrew its $65 billion bid for 21st Century Fox and said it would now focus all its efforts on buying Sky.
SeaChange Wants to Make Waves
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7/13/2018  |  Post a comment
Video technology specialist revamps video solutions portfolio with new cloud-based platform and software management tools for SPs.
Charter Goes on Big Gig Spree
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7/2/2018  |  Post a comment
Still playing catch-up ball with other major US MSOs, Charter extends DOCSIS 3.1 service to a dozen-plus new markets with more than 4 million homes.
AT&T Fires Up More Fiber & 5G Pilots
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6/29/2018  |  1 comment
The operator launched full-fiber broadband and a fixed-mobile 5G trial in South Bend, Ind., bringing it up to 71 metro regions nationwide.
Remote PHY Moves Needle in Europe
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6/27/2018  |  2 comments
The most popular of the Distributed Access Architecture options that cable operators are now exploring, Remote PHY notched several advances at the recent ANGA COM show in Germany.
How Netflix May Finally Meet Its Waterloo
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6/25/2018  |  27 comments
In a fresh forecast, Ovum's Tony Gunnarsson predicts that Netflix will see its subscriber growth plateau early next decade and then start experiencing sub losses as OTT skinny bundles take root.
Why Pay-TV Needs OTT Video Now
Breznick Unbound  | 
6/22/2018  |  1 comment
In new studies and reports, it's clear that pay-TV operators must incorporate OTT video services into their offerings if they wish to survive and thrive.
New Ruckus Chief Won't Risk a Rumpus
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6/21/2018  |  Post a comment
Ian Whiting, who will take over the new Arris enterprise networks unit on July 1, aims to execute the strategy that he helped craft as a top lieutenant.
CableLabs: New Optical Spec Almost Here
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6/18/2018  |  2 comments
Cable R&D group is prepping its Full Duplex Coherent Optics effort to vastly increase the fiber capacity in the cable access network.
DOCSIS 3.1 Ramps Up in Europe
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6/13/2018  |  Post a comment
Several major European cablecos are now rolling out or at least prepping for D3.1, following the broad rollouts in the US.
Canadian Carriers Want 5G Spectrum Now
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6/8/2018  |  Post a comment
Canada's leading wireless carriers urge federal government to release 3.5GHz spectrum.
Taiwanese Cableco Goes More OTT
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6/7/2018  |  Post a comment
Taiwan Broadband Communications adds live TV on open devices and video-on-demand as part of the update to its over-the-top offering.
Cisco Goes Cloud-Native for CCAP
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6/5/2018  |  Post a comment
Cisco becomes first cable vendor to introduce software-based version of its broadband router, touching off what will likely be a fresh wave of competition.
CableLabs Targets Mobile Backhaul Bounty
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6/4/2018  |  Post a comment
Pursuing another use for cable's DOCSIS-based HFC networks, CableLabs launches R&D lab for cell backhaul applications.
California Lawmakers Hug Net Neutrality
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5/31/2018  |  Post a comment
California State Senate easily passes strong net neutrality legislation, sending bill to State Assembly and likely touching off yet another legal battle with the feds.
Cable's New Focus: More Fiber & D3.1
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5/30/2018  |  Post a comment
In BBWN's latest poll about the cable industry's next-gen tech plans, constructing new FTTH networks scored as the top priority, followed closely by rolling out D3.1 and gigabit speeds.
SES Banks on World Cup for 4K Kick
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5/30/2018  |  Post a comment
Global satellite operator extends 4K TV reach to Latin America in time for next month's World Cup action as it continues to sign up US pay-TV providers for UHD.
Tackling the Fiber & CEM Gaps
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5/29/2018  |  Post a comment
Spectrum Enterprise chief Phil Meeks spells out how his cable unit is addressing the connectivity and customer experience needs of businesses.
Here Comes DOCSIS 4.0
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5/22/2018  |  4 comments
In a BCE fireside chat, Cox's Jeff Finkelstein lays out his idea for a next-gen DOCSIS spec beyond Full Duplex that could enable symmetrical broadband speeds as high as 30 Gbit/s or even 60 Gbit/s over cable's HFC networks.
Spectrum Enterprise EVP Asks Industry to Fill Fiber & Feedback Gaps
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5/18/2018  |  Post a comment
Spectrum Enterprise chief urges other telecom service providers to follow company's lead and extend more fiber lines to businesses and consumers.
Who's Doing What With VR
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5/14/2018  |  Post a comment
In a special NAB breakdast workshop, experts discuss what's happening in the emerging VR video market, what type of content works and what doesn't.
Altice USA Rolls Out Uber Set-Tops
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5/10/2018  |  Post a comment
Altice USA deploys first 100,000 home entertainment hubs in NYC metro area and plans to launch box in former Suddenlink territories throughout the spring and summer.
Liberty Stages European Retreat
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5/9/2018  |  4 comments
On their Q1 earnings call, Liberty Global officials explain their rationale for selling off German, Czech, Hungarian and Romanian cable assets to Vodafone.
Dish Network Slings Up More Losses
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5/9/2018  |  3 comments
Dish Network reports more overall pay-TV subscriber losses in the first quarter despite continued gains by its OTT skinny-bundle service, Sling TV.
Where Does VR Go From Here?
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5/7/2018  |  2 comments
SVA's Jason Thibeault discusses the state of VR technology and business cases, the market hurdles and the direction he sees the industry heading.
Leading Lights 2018 Finalists: Most Innovative Cable/Video Product or Service
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5/2/2018  |  Post a comment
Cisco, Comcast, Evolution Digital, Harmonic, Huawei and Nokia make up this year's group of six Leading Lights finalists for standout cable/video products or services.
Arris Reports Ruckus-Raising Results
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5/2/2018  |  Post a comment
Despite lower CPE sales, Arris racks up higher revenues in Q1, thanks to stronger sales for its DOCSIS 3.1-enabled CCAP and Ruckus enterprise networking products.
Can AR/VR Make Real Money for SPs?
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4/30/2018  |  Post a comment
In a Big Communications Event panel, AR and VR experts will examine whether immersive media experiences offer realistic new revenue opportunities for service providers.
What VR Video Needs to Be Real
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4/30/2018  |  Post a comment
In this interview, SES's Thomas Wrede discusses what the satellite operator has learned from its trials of VR video with SP customers.
AT&T Eyes Higher DirecTV Now Margins
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4/26/2018  |  Post a comment
AT&T CFO John Stephens explains the company's plans to wring greater profits out of its OTT video service by launching new features and cutting capex and opex.
Comcast Romps With Subs Gains, Sky Bid
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4/25/2018  |  Post a comment
Despite growing video subscriber losses, Comcast racks up big overall customer and revenue gains as it formalizes its $31 billion bid for Sky in the UK.
Verizon Targets OTT Video at 5G Markets
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4/24/2018  |  1 comment
Unlike AT&T and other major pay-TV providers, Verizon is holding off on introducing a full-fledged OTT video service until it launches residential 5G service later this year.
Why Sky TV Digs Virtual Reality
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4/23/2018  |  Post a comment
Sky TV's Richard Mills explains how the British satellite operator is scoring with VR sports, dramas, highlights shows and other short-form programming.
Could the AV1 Codec Crush HEVC?
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4/17/2018  |  Post a comment
There's a new codec on the video block and, with promises of at least 30% greater bit-rate efficiency, it might be more than just a contender to the still up-and-coming HEVC.
Ovum: US Pay-TV Crashing but May Not Burn
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4/16/2018  |  2 comments
In a new study, LR's sister firm projects that US pay-TV providers will continue losing subscribers over the next four years but should cope by evolving their businesses.
Getting Real About VR Video
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4/6/2018  |  Post a comment
In a new Light Reading breakfast forum at the NAB Show in Las Vegas next week, top content, service and technology providers will explore the opportunities and challenges of immersive, 360-degree VR video.
Mediacom: Subs Flocking to 1 Gig Speeds
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4/2/2018  |  Post a comment
In the US MSO's initial rollout of DOCSIS 3.1 across its footprint, more broadband subscribers than expected are signing up for 1 Gig packages even at high prices.
Arris Sees More Gold in Next-Gen Tech
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3/29/2018  |  3 comments
In their annual Investor Day conference, Arris executives extol opportunities in DOCSIS 3.1, CCAP, DAA, advanced WiFi, CBRS and other next-gen wireline and wireless gear while playing up more M&A prospects.
The Reality of VR Video @ 2018 NAB Show
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3/28/2018  |  Post a comment
Join Light Reading on April 9 at the 2018 NAB Show in Las Vegas for a FREE VR Video breakfast workshop, where we address the state of VR video, the technology opportunities/challenges and the path ahead.
How Can Cable Stay #WOKE?
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3/26/2018  |  3 comments
Light Reading's Alan Breznick shares LIT millennial insights on the cable world.
What's the Reality of VR Video?
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3/9/2018  |  Post a comment
In a special Light Reading breakfast forum at the NAB Show in Las Vegas next month, top technologists will explore the opportunities and challenges of immersive, 360-degree VR video.
Shaw Staffers Flock to Buyout Deal
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3/5/2018  |  1 comment
In an unexpected development, some 3,300 Shaw employees take up Canadian MSO on buyout offers, about five times as many as the company was seeking.
Altice USA Preps for Broadband Speed Wars
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3/1/2018  |  2 comments
Fourth-biggest US cable operator is now deploying both FTTH networks and, more quietly, DOCSIS 3.1 technology, to offer gigabit speeds to nearly 30% of its data subscribers.
Why Sky's the Limit for Comcast
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2/28/2018  |  1 comment
Despite investor skepticism, Comcast executives see Sky as 'great fit' as they seek to create greater scale, expand internationally, add more high-value content and boost their technological capabilities.
Altice Amps Up US Capex for FTTH, New Box
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2/28/2018  |  Post a comment
Altice USA aims to boost capital spending by roughly 30% this year as it ramps up FTTH network construction, deploys new home entertainment hubs and preps for new wireless service.
FCC Sets April Funeral for Net Neutrality
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2/22/2018  |  13 comments
Making net neutrality's planned demise official, Commission sets April 23 as the end date for the Obama-era rules with publication of its new deregulatory order in the Federal Register.
Sling TV Soars at Dish's Expense
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2/21/2018  |  1 comment
Releasing its Sling TV sub umbers for the first time, Dish Network reports that its OTT service scaled 2 million subscribers while its core satellite TV service continued to shed customers.
Liberty Global: Not So Fast on D3.1
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2/20/2018  |  1 comment
Despite an initial 2017 deployment of DOCSIS 3.1, Liberty Global is holding at D3.0 while it brings its HFC networks up to speed.
Liberty Global Ratchets Up Capex Again
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2/16/2018  |  1 comment
Already spending heavily on network extensions and new equipment, especially in the UK, big European MSO aims to boost its capex even higher in 2018.
Charter Has Big Gig Plans for 2018
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2/7/2018  |  Post a comment
Second-biggest US cable and broadband provider plans to deploy DOCSIS 3.1 and offer 1-Gig service across its 50-million-home footprint by year's end.
Charter Sees High Capex Peaking
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2/5/2018  |  1 comment
Second-biggest US cable and broadband provider says its heavy capital spending will start to ebb a bit this year even as it carries out more all-digital and DOCSIS 3.1 system upgrades.
AT&T Spotlights Next-Gen Video Plans
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2/1/2018  |  2 comments
US operator spells out plans for new 'home-centric' streaming device for its DirecTV Now OTT service as it remains 'very bullish' on video despite heavy satellite TV and U-verse TV sub losses.
Shaw Sloughs Off 650 Staffers
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1/31/2018  |  1 comment
Canada's second-biggest cable and broadband provider offers buyouts to 6,500 employees, aiming to trim its workforce by about 10% as it seeks to restructure its operations and boost profits.
Atlantic Broadband Bulks Up on Fiber
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1/30/2018  |  Post a comment
In latest expansion move, midsize US cable overbuilder plans to use newly purchased South Florida fiber network to boost its business services efforts.
WOW Races Toward 1-Gig Finish Line
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1/25/2018  |  Post a comment
Large US MSO rolls out DOCSIS 3.1 service to numerous more markets, including Cleveland, Columbus and Detroit, as it shoots for nearly 95% coverage of its footprint by the spring.
Verizon: Video Down but Media Up
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1/23/2018  |  Post a comment
Big US telco loses Fios Video subscribers again in the fourth quarter but reports gains on digital media content and advertising front.
Scandal? Netflix Piles Up More Debt
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1/23/2018  |  Post a comment
Facing mounting competition in the video streaming space, Netflix plans to boost its already hefty spending on content creation, marketing and technology in 2018 to spur further growth, thereby increasing its heavy debt load.
Cable One Goes Gig-Wide
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1/19/2018  |  1 comment
Seventh-largest US MSO says it now offers its GigaOne service to more than 95% of the 1.6 million homes in its legacy footprint and will reach 100% coverage by year-end using DOCSIS 3.0 technology.
Comcast Plays Wireless Card for SMBs
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1/18/2018  |  Post a comment
Comcast Business is rolling out Connection Pro, an automatic 4G wireless backup Internet connection for its nearly 2 million small-to-midsized business customers across the US.
NFL & Amazon Team for Streaming Gains
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1/17/2018  |  1 comment
In its first year of streaming NFL Thursday night games, Amazon said its Prime Video unit drew 17% higher game viewership than Twitter's similar offering last season.
Altice USA Embraces Home-Alone Strategy
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1/11/2018  |  8 comments
With its planned spin off from Altice NV, Altice USA aims to insulate itself from the debt problems plaguing its European parent and ease investors' concerns about its own finances.
Cox Hits Gas on Gigabit Rollout
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1/10/2018  |  1 comment
At CES, Cox announces that it now offers gigabit broadband service to 40% of its customers in its footprint as its DOCIS 3.1 rollout starts to take off.
Is Cable Taking Care of Business?
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12/26/2017  |  3 comments
NEW YORK, 11/30/2017 – In this interview, Broadband Success Partners' David Strauss reveals the results of an exclusive survey of cable business execs that he conducted for Light Reading.
Cord-Cutting: How Far Will It Go?
Breznick Unbound  | 
12/26/2017  |  13 comments
With video cord-cutting surging again in the third quarter, pay-TV providers are still fighting an uphill battle to stem the tide. How much worse will it get?
What Cable's Ethernet Gains Mean
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12/21/2017  |  Post a comment
NEW YORK, 11/30/2017 – Vertical Systems Research Director Erin Dunne examines the impact of cable's continuing share gains in the Ethernet services market and entrance into the SD-WAN market.
Moffett: Business Market Price Wars Coming
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12/20/2017  |  Post a comment
In this interview, MoffettNathanson's Craig Moffett warns that cable operators may soon feel the effects of price deflation in the commercial services market.
WOW: Full Steam Ahead on Virtualization
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12/19/2017  |  Post a comment
In this interview, WOW Technology Integration VP Torryon Coleman explains the company's network virtualization and DAA strategy and goals.
Spectrum Enterprise Bets on SD-WAN
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12/18/2017  |  Post a comment
Satya Parimi, group VP of data and cloud products at Charter's Spectrum Enterprise, sees a big market for MSO's new hybrid SD-WAN service.
Arris Charges Into Enterprise Sector
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12/14/2017  |  Post a comment
With the closing of its $800 million purchase of Ruckus Wireless and ICX Switch, Arris has created a new enterprise networks unit to focus on the growing wireless LAN and Ethernet switching markets.
Here's Pai in Your Eye
Breznick Unbound  | 
12/11/2017  |  15 comments
Could the FCC Chairman be taking such a radical position on net neutrality just to force Congress's hand and broker a compromise?

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