A World’s First at ANGA COM 2017: 96 MHz Symmetrical Full Duplex Broadband Capacity (No Really)
In 2012, we celebrated the 15-year birthday of DOCSIS. Now at age 20, we are excited to share one of the biggest developments since the original DOCSIS 1.0 specification.
Finding a Way Out of the Analog HFC Maze
Today, cable operators support a broad range of last-mile networks — fiber, PON, and Ethernet. However, with the current cable network infrastructure it can be more difficult to compete with fiber-only competitors.
Cisco at ANGA 2017: There’s Never Been A Better Time To Transform Your Network
In just a little over a month, the 2017 ANGA COM Conference will kick off and this year’s Congress Agenda is packed full of great panel discussions and topics.
Digital Transformation of India
For a long time, India has been labeled an emerging market for technology. But if you take a closer look ... you can see how India's government-supported digital revolution is changing the way people live, work and play faster than anyone could imagine.
Prepare Yourself for the Future of Video
Part 3: What does it take to win in an OTT world? In my previous post of this trilogy, I explained why I think that OTT video on the unmanaged network (aka. the Internet) is here to stay. Moreover, I suggested that by combining the advantages of Video-Over-IP with those of Video-Over–Broadcast, service providers can […]
Is OTT Here to Stay?
Part 2: What does it take to win in an OTT world? In the first blog of this trilogy, I wrote that pay TV providers do not seem to perceive OTT video as a threat to their business. Well one thing’s for sure; there is plenty that we can learn from OTT video providers. They certainly […]
Is OTT Friend or Foe?
Part 1: What does it take to win in an OTT world? In this blog trilogy, I will try to shed some light on one of the more intriguing topics in the video industry– OTT video. I will discuss the reality of OTT video, the service provider’s perception of it, the future of the paid […]
Upskill U on Gigabit & the Great Migration
Submitted by Kelsey Kusterer Ziser, the Editor of Upskill U at Light Reading While the number of gigabit broadband deployments are rapidly increasing, service providers continue to face growing challenges in identifying the right architectures to support advanced networks, how to migrate from legacy equipment and how to successfully strategize for future upgrades and deployments. […]
Multimedia Millennials: Cable operators offer more apps and streaming services to young consumers
In 2015, the average US consumer spent more time inside mobile applications than in front of a TV, enticing cable operators to bring streaming apps onto their platforms.