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TiVo Scores Cable, Retail Gains
News Analysis  | 
5/29/2015  |  2 comments
DVR pioneer racks up robust results for another quarter as it adds subscribers on both the cable and retail fronts, pushing its total customer count near 6 million.
Interconnect Deals Bear Net Neutrality's Stamp
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5/29/2015  |  3 comments
ISPs are signing new pacts with edge providers before the FCC's Open Internet rules go into effect in two weeks, but measuring what's fair in an interconnection deal still won't be easy.
Making Sense of It All at BTE
Shades of Ray  | 
5/28/2015  |  4 comments
Now more than ever, the industry needs to come together to ask and answer the big questions facing the communications networking industry -- and that's going to happen at the upcoming Big Telecom Event (BTE) in Chicago.
Why Netflix Traffic Keeps Soaring
News Analysis  | 
5/28/2015  |  5 comments
Interconnection deals between Netflix and ISPs have had a major impact on bandwidth usage in North America.
What Will Avago Do With Broadcom?
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5/28/2015  |  2 comments
Avago could look at Broadcom in the same way it did LSI, says analyst.
Avago Seals Deal to Buy Broadcom for $37B
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5/28/2015  |  1 comment
As expected, Avago is swallowing Broadcom in a deal that will create a $77 billion networking chip giant.
Eurobites: Telefónica Launches 'Quin-Play' Service
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5/28/2015  |  1 comment
Quad-play is just so 2014. Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Sigfox in French IoT deal; Ericsson opens cloud lab in Rome; Huawei and Volkswagen share the ride.
Europe Set to Miss Digital Deadline – Point Topic
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5/28/2015  |  4 comments
European Commission's broadband targets for 2020 are already looking out of reach, according to projections from research house Point Topic.
Altice Eyes Next US Cable Prizes
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5/27/2015  |  1 comment
Altice owner says the company wasn't ready for Time Warner Cable, but it still has some big moves planned.
Broadcom in Buyout Talks With Avago – Report
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5/27/2015  |  Post a comment
Broadcom's stock is soaring on the news.
Charter Plans Business Services, Wireless Push
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5/27/2015  |  6 comments
With its TWC & Bright House deals done, Charter aims to extend its business services and wireless reach to compete for customers in areas beyond its cabled footprint.
Cisco VNI Report Shows Set-Top Shift
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5/27/2015  |  2 comments
Cisco's annual Visual Networking Index report shows traffic from digital media adapters growing to 32% of total global Internet set-top traffic by 2019.
Eurobites: Nokia Buys SON Specialist
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5/27/2015  |  Post a comment
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Orange gets Spanish green light for Jazztel buy; Ericsson takes 5G down the mines; Drahi explains TWC pullout.
Leading Lights Finalists: Best Deal Maker
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5/27/2015  |  1 comment
Strategic acquisitions and partnerships helped five companies get shortlisted to be 2015's best deal maker.
A Tale of 2 Genbands
News Analysis  | 
5/26/2015  |  3 comments
The networking vendor says its legacy business is dwindling as it positions itself as a partner to telcos both in transforming their networks to IP and in building a future comms strategy.
Charter Seals Deals for TWC, Bright House
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5/26/2015  |  12 comments
Charter plans to spend about $56 billion to acquire Time Warner Cable and another $10.4 billion to purchase Bright House Networks.
Cable Eyeing SDN for Headend, Home Uses
LRTV Documentaries  | 
5/26/2015  |  1 comment
CableLabs is looking at virtualizing CMTS and CCAP devices in the headend, as well as in-home devices, says CableLabs' Karthik Sundaresan.
Eurobites: Alcatel-Lucent Trials 400G in Czech Republic
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5/26/2015  |  10 comments
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Vodafone shareholders like the sound of a merger with Liberty; German spectrum auction imminent; TeliaSonera makes IoT investment.
Charter Nears Deal for TWC – Reports
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5/25/2015  |  1 comment
Charter is closing in on a $55.1 billion deal to buy Time Warner Cable, with the generous help of Liberty Broadband, according to multiple press reports Monday.
Bidding War for TWC Looks Likelier
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5/22/2015  |  21 comments
Altice head Patrick Drahi reportedly meets with TWC CEO Rob Marcus in New York while FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler clarifies his position on cable deals.
TiVo Secures 2-Year Set-Top Waiver
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5/22/2015  |  5 comments
The FCC has awarded TiVo a temporary waiver so that it can continue to sell set-tops that don't comply with the DLNA's home networking standard to its cable operator customers.
Leading Lights Finalists 2015: Most Innovative Gigabit Broadband Service
News Analysis  | 
5/22/2015  |  4 comments
Find out more about the broadband network operators that made it onto our awards shortlist for most innovative gigabit service.
Wave Raises $130M for Gigabit Expansion
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5/22/2015  |  1 comment
Wave plans to bulk up on fiber in Washington, Oregon and California after raising $130 million in a corporate bond sale.
Comcast Targets 6 New Gigabit Markets
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5/21/2015  |  10 comments
Comcast is rolling out its residential Gigabit Pro service to six new regions across the country.
Is Altice the Great US Cable Consolidator?
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5/21/2015  |  3 comments
The French communications giant has bold ambitions to play a major role in consolidating the US cable market over the next couple of years, but will it happen?
Will Investing in SDN & NFV Be Worth It?
Shades of Ray  | 
5/21/2015  |  6 comments
This is the big question facing all operators – SDN and NFV look like they could be very beneficial in many ways but can a massive transformation be justified?
Is 'Good Enough' Ever Enough for Telecom?
Rewired  | 
5/21/2015  |  4 comments
Some folks say they'll never forgo six-nines reliability and 50 millisecond restoration standards, but there are definite signs Web 2.0 approaches are taking hold.
Cablevision Calls Out Verizon on Fiber Claims
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5/20/2015  |  4 comments
Cablevision has filed suit against Verizon for claiming its FiOS network is all fiber when the telco still uses coaxial cable in subscribers' homes.
What's It All About, Altice?
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5/20/2015  |  2 comments
In yet another strange twist, French communications giant Altice swoops into US to buy Suddenlink and woo Time Warner Cable. But is it all for real?
Chattanooga Charts Killer Gigabit Apps
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5/20/2015  |  11 comments
After five years with a gigabit network, Chattanooga has discovered and created some killer gigabit apps.
Eurobites: Orange Gets EC Nod on Jazztel
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5/20/2015  |  1 comment
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ireland's eircom rejects takeover offer; BT appeals against "margin squeeze" test; Amino buys cloud TV specialist; UFO sighted in York.
Liberty Global Keen on Vodafone Tie-Up – Report
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5/20/2015  |  3 comments
Liberty Global chairman says two companies would be 'great fit' a day after Vodafone boss is quizzed about likelihood of a deal.
Altice to Buy Suddenlink in $9.1B Deal
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5/20/2015  |  2 comments
Aggressive French communications player adds to its European cable and mobile assets with a deal to buy 70% of US cable operator Suddenlink.
Leading Lights Finalists 2015: Most Innovative Video Service
News Analysis  | 
5/20/2015  |  Post a comment
Comcast, UPC Hungary and MobiTV make the shortlist this year with new, cloud-based video services.
Verizon Saves 60% Swapping Copper for Fiber
News Analysis  | 
5/19/2015  |  16 comments
Just 2,000 more to go as the carrier looks to swap out all the copper in its central offices for fiber, significantly reducing their size, costs and energy usage.
Vodafone May Buy Content to Fight BT, Telefónica
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5/19/2015  |  1 comment
Vodafone CEO Vittorio Colao is weighing up a bigger push into the content arena as the operator looks to build on a long-awaited return to revenue growth.
Charter, Bright House: The Wedding's Back On
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5/19/2015  |  6 comments
Charter Communications and Bright House Networks are extending negotiations with the intention of having Charter complete its $10.4 billion acquisition of the smaller operator.
Leading Lights Finalists 2015: Company of the Year (Private)
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5/18/2015  |  Post a comment
Find out more about the players that made it onto our awards shortlist for company of the year (private).
Smarter 'Dumb' TVs Will Drive OTT Adoption
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5/18/2015  |  7 comments
Pay-TV operators are learning to adapt as TVs connected with game consoles and media streamers start to lead to a major jump in over-the-top video service adoption.
CenturyLink Goes Beyond Gig for SMBs
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5/18/2015  |  4 comments
On top of its fiber-based symmetric gigabit services, CenturyLink is bringing Managed Office and a range of IT offerings to this hot market.
Comcast Hints Strongly at Upstream Mid-Split
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5/18/2015  |  2 comments
Comcast is strongly considering expanding its spectrum use for upstream bandwidth in its HFC networks from an upper limit of 42MHz to 85MHz.
Choosing a Technology Supplier? Consider Changing Your Selection Criteria
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5/18/2015  |  15 comments
Network architects aiming to upgrade their networks to support agile, open, virtualized services in the 21st century need to consider new criteria when choosing between technology suppliers.
6 Steps Towards a Gigabit City
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5/15/2015  |  6 comments
Experts offered tips on how to spread the gigabit love at this week's Light Reading Gigabit Cities Live event in Atlanta.
AT&T Testing Virtualized GPON
News Analysis  | 
5/15/2015  |  13 comments
NFV-based optical line terminal debuted in an Open Compute Project demo that is being repeated next month, using standard hardware.
Gigabit Cities: I've Seen the Future
Shades of Ray  | 
5/15/2015  |  5 comments
If anyone now asks me why consumers would ever need a Gigabit broadband connection, I have a few suggestions thanks to the team at Orange GigaStudio.
Gigabit States Anyone?
Breznick Unbound  | 
5/15/2015  |  5 comments
At the Gigabit Cities Live confab in Atlanta, speakers and participants float suggestions for the nation's first Gigabit State.
Rovi Rues Loss to Activist Investors
News Analysis  | 
5/14/2015  |  4 comments
Rovi lost two of three Board of Director seats in a fight with activist investment firm Engaged Capital.
Title II: What Chilling Effects?
Breznick Unbound  | 
5/14/2015  |  4 comments
Despite the dire warnings of top telco and cable execs, Gigabit service rollouts and announcements have only sped up since the FCC passed its Title II rules less than three months ago.
Cisco Earnings: Carriers Cast Shadow Over Sunny Quarter
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5/14/2015  |  Post a comment
But outgoing CEO John Chambers is optimistic the company is well positioned to grab business when the service provider market inevitably bounces back.
AT&T Adds Hulu, Gets Sued by Cox
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5/14/2015  |  1 comment
AT&T becomes the latest pay-TV provider to resell Hulu service, but gets sued by Cox for patent infringement on the same day.
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