Alaskan service provider claims it's adding gigabit customers at four times the national rate.
Subscribers continued to adapt to the new broadband environment by embracing faster speeds, according to the Q1 2021 OpenVault Broadband Insights report.
Virgin Media's trials in Southampton and Manchester deliver multi-gigabit broadband speeds of 2.2 Gbit/s.
The $9.95 per month service, tailored for low-income households, now delivers speeds up to 50 Mbit/s in the downstream.
The move, covering nearly 6 million homes, doubles the starting download speed of its broadband service – from 100 Mbit/s to 200 Mbit/s.
Under new deal, the 'Trusted Home' solution from Irdeto and Minim will be available through Motorola-branded cable modems and routers.
Over 8.1 million devices shipped in 2020.
Network and video tech company announced voting results of annual general meeting of shareholders held December 7.
Addition gives broadband service providers more options to remotely manage home network devices, supplier says.
Supplier also unveils a new set-top with Alexa-powered voice recognition at the virtual RDK Euro Summit.
Operator will use reclaimed bandwidth for DOCSIS expansion.
New offerings now available in Derry, Pennsylvania.
Saskatchewan's Access Communications picks vendor's 'Entra' remote PHY lineup.
Supplier introduces two new models – the TG9452 and DG9450 – that can support up to 5 Gbit/s down and 1 Gbit/s upstream.
Wireless and wireline network vendor also taps Ernst & Young as its public accounting firm, replacing PwC.
SAM's security software will be integrated into the Hitron ecosystem, including HitronCloud, which monitors and manages broadband gateways and Wi-Fi networks.
Says net sales were negatively impacted by about $50 million due to supply constraints related to the pandemic.
Says new cabinet is designed to simplify installations of RF-over-Glass (RFoG) deployments.
Also boosts guidance that deal will pull in revenues of $80-$90 million in first full quarter post close versus original guidance of $60-$70 million.
Vodafone is using Harmonic's 'CableOS' access network software and edge devices to support the rollout of gigabit services.
Vecima plans to integrate the acquired tech with its existing 'Entra' distributed access product suite.
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.
Preliminary quarterly revenue raised to $65 million as company cites strength in broadband products and a recovery of analog product sales.
The offer, originally set to expire June 30, provides 60 days of free service to new, eligible Internet Essentials customers. Comcast is also forgiving any back due debt for new Internet Essentials customers.
Guam-based service provider deploys platform that uses 'codec awareness' technique to distinguish between MPEG-2 and MPEG-4-capable set-tops.
More than 1 million of its subs are using the vendor's Touchstone TG3442 gateway.
Vendor offering limited free trial of its remote network 'NoiseHawk' service.
Says uncertainty in global market conditions brought on by COVID-19 have limited company's ability to launch a previously announced financing plan.
Vendor says lab tests show that the DNA, when combined with a Distributed Gain Architecture, will improve network performance and flexibility and drop power consumption by 30%.
Donation will help cable operator meet demand for broadband CPE during pandemic, vendor says.
Quarterly gains are the most since Q1 2015, according to Leichtman Research Group.
Residential data revenues surge 19.4% in the quarter.
Joe Wytanis, a former Cisco and Scientific-Atlanta exec, will stay as an advisor to the board.
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.
New deal runs through 2025 and spans cellular modems and gateways, DSL modems and gateways and MoCA adapters, in addition to DOCSIS devices.
Mega Hertz specializes in sales to small and midsized system operators.
With stay-at-home orders in place in most states across the US, Atlantic Broadband reports a significant increase in Internet bandwidth usage since mid-March.
Free connectivity, deferred payments and more to help customers during coronavirus crisis.
Deal, valued at $150 million, includes Intel unit's Wi-Fi access points, Ethernet and home gateway SoC products.
Cable operator initially extended unlimited data policies for 30 days starting March 13, 2020, as part of its COVID-19 crisis plan.
Moves are linked to a broader effort by US ISPs amid spread of COVID-19.
The top US cable ops added 3.14 million broadband subs in 2019 and the top telcos lost 620,000, according to Leichtman Research Group.
Cable and wireless vendor also swings to a net loss of $25.7M.
Company focused on Tier 2/3 providers adds a mix of WiFi routers and extenders, DOCSIS and GPON gateways and home network management software to its portfolio.
Altice USA today reports results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 31, 2019.
Median usage of 250GB would represent a 24.9 % increase from the 2019 median of 190.7GB, OVBI report finds.
Sector revenues will dip from $13 billion in 2019, to $11 billion, in 2024, Dell'Oro Group predicts.
Says its modular 1.2GHz 'DBx' access platform meets today's D3.1 specs but is able to also accommodate capabilities to be includes in D4.0.
Operator moves ahead with D3.1 deployment for gigabit-class speeds.
Manning to retire as CEO and acting CFO of cable modem maker that has exclusive deal to use the Motorola brand.
New device will support multi-gigabit broadband services, new low-latency capabilities tailored for online gaming.
Canadian operator latest to tap into Harmonic's 'CableOS' platform.
Says Motorola-branded device is ideal for cable services delivering 1Gbit/s or more.
Cable One's recently rebranded business services unit expands gigabit capabilities for SMBs throughout the MSO's footprint.
Total spending in the category reached $3.2 billion in the period.
Mediacom began launching gigabit broadband in 2017 as part of a three-year, $1 billion capital investment strategy.
Change reflects the move to gigabit speeds across both wired and wireless networks.
Q3 results include sales from Arris, acquired by CommScope in April 2019.
Cable modem and broadband device supplier blames China tariffs for net loss of $200,000.
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.
Operator is deploying Vector's D3.1-compliant optical nodes.
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.
Plug-in module is for its AT2500-3G Headend Analyzer.
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.
Vendor to show new '10G,' distributed access architecture, Extended Spectrum DOCSIS and low-latency products and capabilities at Cable-Tec Expo.
Design and tech services company assisted NOS with its first router that combines RDK-B and DOCSIS 3.1 combo.
Sessions for this program to take place in concert with next month's SCTE-ISBE event in New Orleans.
Vendor's ES2251 is a D3.1 embedded multimedia terminal adapter with 2.5Gbit/s Ethernet.
Atlantic Broadband has expanded its Gigabit Internet deployment for residential and business customers in its Maryland, Delaware, South Carolina, Connecticut and Western PA service areas.
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.
Revenue up 23.6%, EBITDA up 17.5%.
Customers in its Western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and New York service areas including Johnstown, Altoona, Bradford, Warren, Kingwood and Salamanca get the gigabit treatment.
Agreement includes 'Smart Cities Day' presentation at SCTE-ISBE Cable-Tec Expo 2019.
Vendor and partner Sumavision say remote PHY system worked with multiple modems, citing test session hosted by Excentis in Belgium.
Revenues drop to $2.9 billion as CPE shipments nearly offset another weak quarter for cable infrastructure.
SCTE-ISBE says the program committee has selected 115 engineering papers for Cable Tec-Expo's Fall Technical Forum.
Will provide high-level services that support Distributed Access Architecture (DAA) implementations.
Says new wares will be needed as cable ops overhaul their networks with fiber deep architectures.
Arris CPE sales drop 5.8%, to $824.2 million, in period.
Cable standards and engineering organization to head up discussions on 10G and cybersecurity at June event in Cologne, Germany.
$4.1 million of investment in cable modem and IoT company comes way of family fund of Jeremy Hitchcock.
Q1 2019 'one of our toughest quarters,' CEO says.
SCTE/ISBE annual cable confab set for September 30-October 3 in New Orleans.
Expects volume rollouts of CableOS to hit in second half of 2019.
New DOCSIS 3.1-powered model carries MSRP of $229.99.
Says Gigabit broadband is deployed to more than 90% of footprint.
Will continue to supply headend optics for Türksat's network upgrades.
Deployment will enable gigabit speeds across MSO's network.
Anthony Brindisi wants Commission to hold Charter 'accountable' amid investigation by state attorney general and Public Service Commission.
Danish MSO is tapping new architecture to deliver gigabit service across its footprint in Aarhus.
Proposed acquisition of Arris by CommScope is still pending.
Cartegena, February 28, be there.
Solution reduces complexity of network operations, says broadband provider.