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Cox reaffirms commitment to Open Internet

In advance of the December 14th FCC vote expected to overturn existing laws governing Net Neutrality, broadband communications and entertainment company Cox Communications, the third-largest US cable MSO, has reaffirmed…

YouTube TV rolls out in 34 new US markets

YouTube TV rolls out in 34 new US markets

YouTube TV has expanded its service to 34 new US markets, including New Orleans, Green Bay, Tucson, Tulsa, San Diego and San Antonio among others. With the addition of this…

AirTies expands North American presence

AirTies, a provider of managed Wi-Fi Mesh solutions to global service providers, has opened a new R&D centre in Austin, Texas, including a new test home that replicates real-world usage…

FTC, FCC to monitor ‘Internet Freedom’

US agencies the Federal Trade Commission and Federal Communications Commission have announced their intent to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) under which the pair would coordinate online consumer…

OneWeb gets extra $500m from SoftWeb

Hot on the heels of the news that OneWeb has struck a deal with Boeing to launch another constellation of almost 3000 satellites, and in addition to the launch of…

Cable Europe: ‘Broadband innovation pioneer’

Cable Europe: ‘Broadband innovation pioneer’

Speaking at the launch of the IHS Cable Yearbook 2017 in Brussels December 11th, analyst Ted Hall described broadband as the cable industry’s “star performer”. As the consolidated full year…

Netflix Speed Index: Big movers in Mexico, S.Korea

Netflix has released November data from its ISP Speed Index – a monthly update on which Internet Service Providers (ISPs) provide the best primetime Netflix streaming experience. The largest speed…

Swisscom launches WLAN-Box

SoftAtHome, the software provider for operator CPE devices, has announced that its Smart Wi-Fi solution powers the Swiss incumbent’s new WLAN-Box. The new WLAN-Box is a 3-in-1 Access Point device…

Boeing wants to help OneWeb satellite plans

Aerospace giant Boeing has formally applied to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to transfer one of its applications for a V-band satellite constellation to – until now – rival OneWeb,…

Australia: Demand for digital connectivity at all-time high

Australia: Demand for digital connectivity at all-time high

Australians’ demand for online content and services continues to climb unabated, reshaping the communications industry in new ways. This is a key finding of the Communications report 2016–17, produced by…