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By Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, 12/19/2016
Rogers Communications' Maurice Yip explains how and why the Canadian provider is rolling out managed security services for both small and larger firms.
By Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, 12/16/2016
CableLabs' Ike Elliott discusses the group's work on Full Duplex DOCSIS, distributed access architecture, low-power wireless networks, 5G and other projects.
By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 12/12/2016
Cable players want to deliver more dynamic biz services but first have to lay the groundwork for orchestration and automation, says MEF's Hubbard.
By Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, 12/9/2016
Vertical Systems' Erin Dunne explains why US cable operators, which now command a record-high 26% of the Ethernet market, will keep boosting their share.
By Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, 12/8/2016
Cox's Jeff Breaux discusses how the third-largest US MSO will reach the $2 billion revenue mark this year and is now aiming for $3 billion.
By Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, 12/7/2016
Carol Wilson and Alan Breznick assess cable's prospects for winning more enterprises in a landscape rocked by corporate M&A activity.
By Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video, 12/5/2016
The momentum behind Full Duplex DOCSIS is growing. Originally announced as an exploratory project in February, the technology moved into full specification development in August, and now ...
By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 12/1/2016
NEW YORK -- Future of Cable Business Services -- In the wake of its two major acquisitions, Charter Communications will do a brand relaunch of its enterprise business services in three ...
By Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video, 11/30/2016
NEW YORK -- The Future of Cable Business Services -- There's no question that cable companies see commercial services as a major growth opportunity. Cable revenue in the sector is still ...
By Carol Wilson, Editor-at-large, 11/30/2016
NEW YORK -- Future of Cable Business Services -- The major M&A activity of the past year has reshaped the cable business services landscape, creating two giant companies likely to battle ...
By Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading, 11/29/2016
After six years of leading the cable industry's charge in the business services space, Comcast is no longer the undisputed cable king of the commercial market.
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Huawei Will Accelerate the Spread of the Video Business

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What is the future of the booming video business? What changes will happen to the video industry chain in the future? Hunter Hu, VP of Huawei Video Product Line, shares his viewpoints and explains how Huawei can be an enabler and accelerate the spread of the video business.
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Frost & Sullivan's Jonas Zelba on Going Beyond Connectivity

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Telecom operators across the globe are trying to understand what can they offer beyond connectivity. Operators are already introducing new and innovative services but they are faced with challenges due to unclear business models. Jonas highlights that no one operator can offer all the services itself. Operators in the Middle East should look within their ecosystem ...
LRTV Huawei Video Resource Center
IDC's Paul Black on Cloudification

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Paul Black from IDC shares his insights on how cloudification is expected to combile all aspects of digital transformation.
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Industry Expert Michael Howard Talks About Cloud Native

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Cloud Native is a really nice term and a lot of people are using it. But most of them have their own definition of what Cloud Native means. Michael Howard offers his take on the terminology.
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4.5G Evolution: Peter Zhou on Advanced MIMO Technologies & 5G Business Prep

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In the process of service transformation, operators need to catch three major opportunities and start deploying in 4.5G networks, such as video, household broadband access and digital transformation of vertical industries. 5G is coming. Operators don't need to wait for it to happen but should progressively deploy 4.5G networks by introducing 5G-oriented ...
LRTV Custom TV
What WTTX Can Deliver

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Mohamed Madkour explains the benefits of WTTX while Dimitris Mavrakis discusses the challenges of delivering home broadband access.
LRTV Custom TV
Huawei on Mobile Broadband

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Mohamed Madkour shares his vision on MBB for the next three years.
LRTV Custom TV
Analysys Mason Talks About the Future of Digital Operations

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The future of digital operations has three key aspects: 1. Highly automated operations for both service and network; 2. Highly converged BSS/OSS for business and resources; 3. Highly merged management and control for real-time cloud native operations.
LRTV Interviews
Software Trends in the Telecom Sector

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Heavy Reading senior analyst James Crawshaw talks with Telecoms.com Editorial Director Scott Bicheno about trends and developments in the telecoms software sector and what to expect at MWC 2017.
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Huawei's Pre-MWC Analyst Briefing 2017 Highlights

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Huawei shares its vision for this year's MWC.
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MWC17: 5G, Cloud RAN & More

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Ovum Senior Analyst Julian Bright talks to Scott Bicheno from Telecoms.com about all things MWC, including Cloud RAN, Huawei's pitch to the industry and the road to 5G.
LRTV Interviews
MWC 2017's Key 2-Letter Terms

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5G, AI, VR... these are just some of the two-letter terms that will dominate show-floor chat at MWC 2017 in Barcelona, according to these two blow-hards (a.k.a. Scott Bicheno of Telecoms.com and Light Reading's Ray Le Maistre). And then there's PB...