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Harmonic first software CAAP

Harmonic has introduced the CableOS system, what it claims the industry’s first software-based CCAP solution. The CableOS solution enables the migration to gigabit capacity and resolves operators’ space and power…

Casa Systems virtual CCAP

Casa Systems, a specialist in next-generation fixed, wireless and Wi-Fi access networks, has announced its new multi-service virtualised core for the next generation of services that enables CCAP, 4G/5G cellular,…

Freeview Play updates for HEVC, UHD

Freeview Play updates for HEVC, UHD

Digital UK has published an updated technical specification for connected TV service Freeview Play, setting out new features and requirements for products developed during 2017. Freeview Play combines live television…

Arris expands DOCSIS 3.1 portfolio

Arris International has expanded its portfolio of DOCSIS 3.1 devices – including modems, broadband gateways, and telephony gateways – to anticipate the needs of its increasingly diverse global customer base.…

4 companies control half of W. Europe pay-TV subs

The 73 top operators collectively accounted for 93 per cent of Western Europe’s pay-TV subscribers by end-2015, according to analyst firm Digital TV Research. Despite adding 7 million subscribers to…

Liberty Global, CableLabs join MulteFire Alliance

Liberty Global, the international TV and broadband company, andCableLabs, an R&D lab for the global cable industry, have joined the MulteFire Alliance, an independent, diverse and international member-driven consortium dedicated…

Nielsen, Vision Critical partnership

Nielsen and Vision Critical, a cloud-based customer intelligence platform provider, have announced a strategic alliance that will enable clients to better understand their customers and build more authentic customer relationships.…

LatAm: Mobile Internet users up 50% by 2020

The number of people across Latin America using their mobile devices to access the Internet is set to grow by 50 per cent by the end of the decade, according…

NFL keeps US cable TV thriving

NFL keeps US cable TV thriving

An online survey conducted by charterbundledeals.com has confirmed that online streaming and VoD websites are not yet a danger to US cable TV subscriptions, as users are largely satisfied with…

Goldman Sachs boosts DEN holding to 24.49%

Investment bank Goldman Sachs has taken an additional 6.7 per cent of Indian cable distribution DEN Networks, and in the process boosting its overall position in the cable TV giant…