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Are Cable Techies Finally Embracing SPIT?
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11/29/2013  |  7 comments
It's time for the SPIT to start flying in the traditionally closed, proprietary, and vendor-locked back offices of cable.
The Upcoming Video Codec War
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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.
Customer Experience: Digital Nomads (Really) Do Matter
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11/26/2013  |  2 comments
Beyond seamless connectivity, this fast growing segment of high-intensity data users also need tailored bundles and silo-free problem solving.
Alcatel-Lucent: Not Ready for a Breakup
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11/26/2013  |  3 comments
Under new leadership and with a new strategy in place, Alcatel-Lucent isn't as vulnerable as it once was.
Brick by Brick
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11/25/2013  |  1 comment
Disassembling functions and then rebuilding layer by layer may be the simplest way to develop more complex networks.
Emergency Alert: The State of 911
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11/25/2013  |  4 comments
The wireless industry needs to improve emergency services, but there are a number of roadblocks for OTT providers.
Can Cable Change Its DNA?
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11/21/2013  |  4 comments
The business-as-usual (BAU) rules won't do anymore as change sweeps through the cable industry.
Commercial Opportunities in the 'Internet Anywhere' Space
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11/21/2013  |  2 comments
WiFi offers a real opportunity to meet customer demands and generate revenues.
Bye Bye Net Neutrality?
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11/19/2013  |  6 comments
FCC's net neutrality concept seems in danger as D.C. Circuit Court weighs arguments from both sides.
WiFi Passpoint: Ready for Prime Time
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11/18/2013  |  1 comment
With more than 75 Passpoint-certified devices out today, next-generation hotspot technology is starting to have a real impact on carrier WiFi strategies.
Can Cable Do Products?
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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.
Why Uncle Sam Can't Code
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11/15/2013  |  8 comments
There are six principles any team should follow if it wants a project to be successful.
How to Turn Thin & Crispy 3G Into Deep Pan 4G
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11/13/2013  |  11 comments
Who knew mobile broadband could be so tasty?
Compass Check: ONF & the Northbound API(s)
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11/6/2013  |  1 comment
Why it's time to bring clarity to the SDN controller northbound interface debate.


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