The Upcoming Video Codec War
Column | 11/27/2013 | 3 comments
The real battle is set for the near future with the evolution of video codecs into the next generation: In one corner H.265, and in the other, VP9.
Brick by Brick
Column | 11/25/2013 | 1 comment
Disassembling functions and then rebuilding layer by layer may be the simplest way to develop more complex networks.
Can Cable Do Products?
Column | 11/15/2013 | 13 comments
That's a question for the digital media age as cable operators struggle to develop sticky new products and apps.
The Dark Side of IPv6
Column | 10/30/2013 | 6 comments
Carrier-grade NAT is controversial, but that hasn't stopped it from being the strategy some carriers adopt for their IPv4 address shortage.
Back to the Future
Column | 10/14/2013 | 2 comments
Although the industry's technologies keep evolving, cable's ultimate mission remains the same.
Cable’s Hunger Games
Column | 10/11/2013 | 3 comments
Why cable’s insatiable appetite for more capacity will keep stoking the momentum behind DOCSIS 3.1, CCAP, and other new technologies.
Open-Data: A No-Brainer for All
Column | 9/30/2013 | 6 comments
Telcos are well positioned to take advantage of the real opportunity in open-data: the creation of a thriving open-data ecosystem with a platform play.
The Gigabit Tipping Point
Column | 9/11/2013 | 17 comments
The diminishing gap between wireline and wireless speeds will shape consumption of gigabit-class services faster than we may expect.
Why SDN Matters
Column | 8/22/2013 | 5 comments
Software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) have the potential to solve a lot of service provider issues.
BlackBerry: Is There Still Value?
Column | 8/19/2013 | 3 comments
Seth Schachner finds that BlackBerry could still squeeze value out of emerging markets, its enterprise network, and patent portfolio, but faces some daunting challenges ahead.
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