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Altice completes Cablevision acquisition

Multinational cable, fibre, telecommunications, contents and media company Altice has completed the acquisition of Cablevision Systems Corporation, the leading communications service provider in the New York metropolitan area. Cablevision together…

Altice reorganises management structure

Altice reorganises management structure

Multinational cable, fibre, telecommunications, contents and media company Altice is reorganising its group management structure ahead of the closing of the acquisition of Cablevision by Altice USA. The new group…

UKTV strikes Virgin Media deal

Multichannel broadcaster UKTV has agreed what it describes as a “landmark” deal with quad-play operator Virgin Media, giving Virgin Media customers access to more UKTV shows than on any other…

Fries: ‘Brexit would threaten our investment’

Fries: ‘Brexit would threaten our investment’

Mike Fries, CEO of Liberty Global, has warned that the company would seriously reconsider future investment in the UK if it votes to leave the EU. Liberty Global, owns Virgin…

Dutch TV market continues decline

The Dutch TV market remains in steady decline, reporting a loss for the fourth consecutive quarter (ending March 2016) with a little than 7.8 million connections, according to Telecompaper’s quarterly…

Nokia to acquire Gainspeed

Nokia has revealed plans to acquire Gainspeed, a US-based start-up specialising in DAA (Distributed Access Architecture) solutions for the cable industry via its Virtual CCAP (Converged Cable Access Platform) product…

Huawei claims 10 Gbit/s first

ICT solutions provider Huawei has launched what it says is the broadband industry’s first 10 Gbit/s hybrid fibre coaxial (HFC) access platform, supporting 10G DOCSIS3.1 in Cable as well as…

Cable Europe: Fibre not the only way

The European broadband cable industry is best placed to satisfy future bandwidth demands, according to Matthias Kurth, Executive Chairman, Cable Europe. Speaking at the Huawei DOCSIS 3.1 Forum in Cologne,…

Bandwidth concerns trouble German operators

Increasing consumer demand for bandwidth for data and video purposes is one factor that Germany’s telcos and cable operators are having to plan for, according to panellists at the opening…

ARRIS powers NOS 4K services

NOS, Portugal’s broadband and TV service provider, has selected the ARRIS ZD4500 set-top for its new, immersive 4K service. NOS says the 4K service will offer the highest-quality entertainment experience…

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