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BT connects first G.fast trial customers

Residents of Huntingdon – a market town in Cambridgeshire – have became the first people in the UK to take part in the field trial of a new type of…

RDK: the worldwide route to TV Everywhere?

Major international cable service providers are backing RDK and Mike Fries, CEO of Liberty Global, has said it is as transformational as DOCSIS. So, is RDK set to become a…

Broadband CPE shipments to reach 153.6m in 2015

Worldwide broadband customer premise equipment (CPE) shipments are expected to reach 153.6 million by the end of 2015, according to ABI Research. “Fibre-optic broadband CPE device shipments are expected to…

Qualcomm acquires Ikanos

Qualcomm subsidiary Qualcomm Atheros is to acquire Ikanos Communications, a high performance broadband networking semiconductor and software provider enabling both central office and home gateway solutions. Pursuant to the agreement,…

Energy-efficient STBs save US consumers over $500m

American consumers have saved more than $500 million (€458m) in energy bills through two years of the voluntary set-top box energy conservation agreement among the pay-TV industry, consumer electronics manufacturers…

HbbTV 2.0 spec test suite contracts placed

The HbbTV Association, a global initiative dedicated to providing an open standard for the delivery of broadcast and broadband services through connected TVs and set-top boxes, has selected Digital TV…

MOCA: whole home fast access

Advanced Television talks to Rob Gelphman, VP Marketing & Member Relations, at the Multimedia over Coax  Alliance (MOCA) about how MOCA works alongside WiFi to guarantee fast and reliable access…

Harmonic partner for cable access

Advanced Television talks to Peter Alexander, SVP, CMO at Harmonic about the deal with WISI of Germany that sees WISI OEM Harmonic’s Digital Access Architecture switching from fibre deep in…

Technicolor buys Cisco CPE for €550m

Technicolor buys Cisco CPE for €550m

In a move that it says creates a global leader in customer premises equipment (CPE), Technicolor is buying Cisco’s CPE business for €550 million in cash and stock. Technicolor says…

Broadband CPE market up 3% YoY

Worldwide broadband CPE revenue dropped to $2.8 billion (€2.5bn) in the first quarter of 2015, decreasing 2 per cent sequentially, while unit shipments stayed flat at 54 million as service…

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