Network and video tech company announced voting results of annual general meeting of shareholders held December 7.
Canadian operator joins list of service providers that are deploying Harmonic's virtualized, software-based platform for HFC and FTTP networks.
Saskatchewan's Access Communications picks vendor's 'Entra' remote PHY lineup.
Wireless and wireline network vendor also taps Ernst & Young as its public accounting firm, replacing PwC.
But overall revenues drop 12.8% in the period.
Company cites a large increase in its wireless product backlog.
Vodafone is using Harmonic's 'CableOS' access network software and edge devices to support the rollout of gigabit services.
New agreement includes ATX's GainMaker-compatible 1.2GHz amplifiers and 2GHz taps and passives.
Dell'Oro expects spending in the category to dip to $11.4 billion in 2020, then rise 5% in 2021.
Ritter Communications taps vendor's virtualized CCAP.
Total revenues of $1.03 billion due to contribution from last year's acquisition of Arris.
Results include revenues from last year's acquisition of fixed wireless company NetComm.
Cable and wireless vendor also swings to a net loss of $25.7M.
Total revenues rise 7.5%, also aided by higher margins for video products.
Canadian operator latest to tap into Harmonic's 'CableOS' platform.
Total spending in the category reached $3.2 billion in the period.
Change reflects the move to gigabit speeds across both wired and wireless networks.
Operator will use the virtualized cable access platform as it broadens its broadband capacity and service offerings.
But vendor says revenue is more diversified thanks to its wireless and fixed telecom segments.
Q3 revenues rise $115.7 million, up 15% year-over-year.
RDK-based gateways for DOCSIS 3.0, DOCSIS 3.1, GPON and XGS-PON.
Shows remote PHY, 10G EPON and DOCSIS 4.0-ready tech in New Orleans.
Technietix and Canadian distributor Telonix enable Westman to upgrade RF amps to nodes or remote PHY devices.
GPON and EPON spending helps to offset cable access spending declines, Dell'Oro says.
Operator said it will use the vendor's virtualized cable access product for DOCSIS 3.1 deployment and a move toward a distributed access architecture.
Cisco, Harmonic among vendors working with Viavi for distributed access architecture partner ecosystem to be shown at Cable-Tec Expo in New Orleans.
Vendor to show new '10G,' distributed access architecture, Extended Spectrum DOCSIS and low-latency products and capabilities at Cable-Tec Expo.
Sessions for this program to take place in concert with next month's SCTE-ISBE event in New Orleans.
Vendor shows new tech at CableLabs Summer Conference.
Results are in line with expectations but below year-ago results.
New offering fits into company's '10G' product roadmap.
CableOS deployments now cover more than 780,000 cable modems, up 16% versus prior quarter.
New course will prepare the cable workforce for the evolution to Distributed Access Architectures that can support increased residential, commercial and wireless services.
Vendor and partner Sumavision say remote PHY system worked with multiple modems, citing test session hosted by Excentis in Belgium.
Will provide high-level services that support Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) implementations.
Deployment focuses on IP services via networks serving subs in Norway and Denmark.
Test program focuses on product interoperability for remote PHY and distributed access architectures.
Vendor tacks on new capabilities to its virtual CCAP, including virtual segmentation, and support for both centralized and distributed architectures on a single core server.
Says new wares will be needed as cable ops overhaul their networks with fiber deep architectures.
Software-based platform uses patent-pending algorithm to analyze PNM and SNMP polling data.
Mix of CCAP and node suppliers, chip makers and modem vendors head to Ghent for test.
Vendor will show off its new wares at next month's Anga Com show in Cologne, Germany.
Cable operator taps vendor's HelEOS product family for distributed access architecture initiative.
Cable standards and engineering organization to head up discussions on 10G and cybersecurity at June event in Cologne, Germany.
Q1 2019 'one of our toughest quarters,' CEO says.
SCTE/ISBE annual cable confab set for September 30-October 3 in New Orleans.
Says new 'VirtuLearn' offering addresses shifts in cable network architectures.
Group will launch at the 2019 NAB Show with the goal of creating a suite of royalty-free specifications that address all immersive media formats, including emerging light field technology.
Amazon Alexa voice control functionality is now available through Atlantic Broadband's TiVo-powered video platform.
Under deal, Harmonic can pitch its virtualized cable access solution to the NCTC's membership of hundreds of independent cable ops.
Deal will team Vecima's distributed access architecture and video products with Rincon's professional services.
Will continue to supply headend optics for Türksat's network upgrades.
Deployment will enable gigabit speeds across MSO's network.
Technology pilot involves about 50 homes in Papworth, Cambridgeshire.
Says technology will beef up existing LTE networks, help pave path to 5G.
SCTE sets March 22 deadline for abstracts on topics such as wireline and wireless access networks, IoT, virtualization, security, AI, video and biz services.
Danish MSO is tapping new architecture to deliver gigabit service across its footprint in Aarhus.
Cartegena, February 28, be there.
Solution reduces complexity of network operations, says broadband provider.
TKS is using multiple OpenVault solutions to gain greater insights into broadband usage across its networks.
Teleste will supply MSO with optical network products to fuel plan to upgrade capacity to 1.2GHz.
NCTA, CableLabs, Cable Europe tout it as 'The Next Great Leap for Broadband.'
Series to debut on Jan. 17, 2018, with discussion focused on improving the customer wireless and WiFi experience.
Oklahoma MSO turns to Harmonic's CableOS virtualized cable access solution.
Maurizio Nicolelli succeeds Gary Hall, who left Casa in August.
Michael Hayashi was EVP of architecture, development & engineering at TWC.
US No. 10,139,845 centers on adaptive power management within broadband networks.
Move over, legacy nodes.
Infinera has developed a High-Density Ethernet Aggregator (HDEA) for deployment in fiber-deep access environments, including cable operator Distributed Access Architectures (DAA) and 5G transport rollouts.
Says containerized version of CableOS deployed by Tier 1 MSO.
New business unit, headed by Kevin Wirick, to focus on simplifying network provisioning, new techniques to reduce operational costs.
Grupo TVCable using cloud-based solutions to optimize performance.
All-star cable cast pulls in the punters.
Execs from Charter, Comcast, Cox, Shaw and Stofa on tap.
Luxembourg-based operator delivering 1-Gig speeds using mix of Arris network gear and gateways.
Big cash prizes and operator access up for grabs.
Execs from Cox, Comcast, Buckeye, SCTE, Adtran on board for closing-day event at this year's show in Atlanta.
Subject to market conditions, company intends to allocate at least two-thirds of free cash flow to share repurchases.
Says higher sales attributed in part to cable network upgrades and demand for gigabit capabilities.
Fiterator provides later-stage startups with unprecedented access to the cable industry and venture capitalists.
Generic Access Platform initiative to develop standard physical, thermal, mechanical and electrical interfaces for node housings.
GAP project, tied to SCTE's Interface Practices Subcommittee, aims for common framework for interfaces within node housings.
Rise aided by addition of Ruckus and increase in E6000 CCAP sales.
Vendors will show proof-of-concept at the CableLabs Summer Conference.
In this role, Howe is responsible for all functions for the US, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean, including sales, customer service, product management, finance, HR and operations.
Gary Hall has left the company, which has appointed Shaun McCarthy as interim CFO.
Says it will dramatically increase capacity of the fiber access network and support 100 gigabits of data per wavelength, to meet the growing demands of broadband customers.
He's back! After a few years 'elsewhere,' Jeff Baumgartner returns to the Light Reading team to cover the cable and video sectors.
Take me to your thought leaders.
Teleste chosen as a vendor for Integan's network upgrade project in Belgium.
More than 100 presentations and nearly 50 workshops.
Update on strategic plan progress also includes new vendor partners.
MaxLinear and Teamly Digital partner on MoCA 2.5-Based Hybrid Fiber-Coax Micronode.
T-BERD/MTS 5882 enables testing for emerging 5G and Remote PHY technologies, speeding install and troubleshooting in form factor 20% smaller than competitor, claims vendor.
GigaWave platform selected by marquee MSO as part of its next-generation Distributed Access Architecture.
GiaX's HelEOS system is being trialed at a Tier 1 European cable MSO demonstrating 10Gbit/s symmetrical Ethernet throughput on existing coax in a hybrid fiber-coaxial (HFC) network.
Using the Cisco cBR-8 converged broadband router, SKBroadband hit a speed of 4 Gbit/s in downstream and 1 Gbit/s in upstream.
Teleste's node is in operation in Telia's live network alongside Cisco's cBR-8 CCAP core.
At ANGA COM 2018, Teleste will launch a new, DOCSIS 3.1 Remote PHY device for distributed access networks.
Pat Esser, president of Cox Communications, will address the cable telecommunications industry's vision of the future when he keynotes the Opening General Session of SCTE•ISBE Cable-Tec Expo.