Arris Preps New CPE Products
LR Cable News Analysis | 8/8/2013 | Post a comment
With its Moto Home acquisition closed, Arris is preparing to launch new customer premises equipment products, including video gateways, to make up for its stalled set-top box sales
Chromecast & the Battle for the Living Room
LR Cable News Analysis | 8/7/2013 | 5 comments
Google's Chromecast could be a threat to cable providers and streaming TV rivals while providing the search giant the most direct route to its users' family rooms or man caves
Broadband Saves TWC's Sales
LR Cable News Analysis | 8/1/2013 | 2 comments
Time Warner Cable lost residential customers during Q2 but generated more revenues thanks to its broadband service revenues
Comcast Unit Hits HD Jackpot
LR Cable News Analysis | 7/30/2013 | Post a comment
Comcast division opens up space for extra TV channels for cable indies through video compression technology that uses less bandwidth
Cox Flirts With Fanhattan
LR Cable News Analysis | 7/1/2013 | 4 comments
Cable operator tests $35 online TV package that could suggest major changes afoot in video content delivery
Arris Cuts 500 Staff
LR Cable News Analysis | 6/28/2013 | 1 comment
Layoffs hit former Motorola Home and Arris staff at Horsham, Pa. and 24 other facilities
From The Founder
Networks of the future will rely on "white box" switches and servers rather than proprietary hardware and that's going to alter the shape of the communications industry. Who says so? John Chambers.
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An infographic from WhichVoip shows some of the momentum around the US Gigabit Cities movement.
BETWEEN THE CEOs - Executive Interviews
LR CEO and Founder Steve Saunders sits down with the head of Qosmos to talk about the changing state of the art in deep packet inspection technology, including its role in SDN and NFV architectures.
Chattanooga’s EPB publicly owned utility comms company has become a poster child for how to enable a local economy using next-gen networking technology. Steve Saunders, Founder of Light Reading, sits down with Harold DePriest, president and CEO of EPB, to learn how EPB is bringing big time tech to small town America.
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