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Comment: Re: Factors - Ariella - 3/17/2018
Comment: Re: Changing Hands - bncet567 - 3/17/2018
Comment: Re: numbers - bncet567 - 3/17/2018
Comment: Re: numbers - bncet567 - 3/17/2018
Comment: Factors - afwriter - 3/16/2018
Comment: numbers - Ariella - 3/16/2018
Cable Beats Telcos in Broadband Market
Alison Diana  
3/15/2018   5 comments
US operators added 2.7 million broadband subscribers in 2017 while telcos lost about 625,000, according to Leichtman Research Group.
Comment: Changing Hands - afwriter - 3/13/2018
CenturyLink CEO Switch Moves Up 7 Months
Broadband World News  
3/12/2018   3 comments
Originally scheduled to retire at the end of 2018, CEO Glen Post now says he'll step down on the day of the company's annual shareholder meeting in May to make room for Jeff Storey to take over the large service provider's reins.
Pay-TV Subscriptions Fall but Providers Not Worried
Alison Diana  
3/12/2018   5 comments
There seems no end in sight for for plunging pay-TV revenue; from a two-year high of $101.71B, pay-TV revenues will decline to $75.13B by 2023, Digital TV Research predicts.
Comment: Re: A Rare Partnership - batye - 3/10/2018
Comment: Re: #4 - Joe Stanganelli - 3/9/2018
Comment: Re: #4 - Joe Stanganelli - 3/9/2018
Comment: A Rare Partnership - afwriter - 3/8/2018
Can Feds Finally Get 'Dig Once' Done?
Alison Diana  
3/8/2018   3 comments
The US is expected to finally approve a Dig Once policy that would incorporate fiber conduits in federally funded highway construction projects, simplifying and accelerating broadband deployment across the country.
Comment: Re: #4 - Joe Stanganelli - 3/8/2018
Comment: Re: #4 - DonBrowne - 3/7/2018
Comment: Re: #4 - batye - 3/4/2018
Comment: Re: #4 - mhhf1ve - 3/2/2018
Comment: #4 - Joe Stanganelli - 3/2/2018
Altice USA Revs Up for Broadband Battle
Alan Breznick  
3/1/2018   14 comments
Fourth-biggest US cable operator is now deploying both FTTH networks and, more quietly, DOCSIS 3.1 technology to offer gigabit speeds to nearly 30% of its data subscribers.
Comment: The Death of Cable? - afwriter - 3/1/2018
IPTV Benefits From Broadband Investments
Alison Diana  
3/1/2018   11 comments
Over the last 18 months, white-box IPTV vendor MobiTV sees uptick in sales and interest from cablecos, municipalities and utilities, as operators compete head-on with OTT providers and look to enhance customer experience.
Comment: $100 - Joe Stanganelli - 2/27/2018
Comment: Re: Cisco - srufolo1 - 2/26/2018
Comment: Cisco - freehe - 2/26/2018
Comment: Re: Savings - DonBrowne - 2/26/2018
Comment: Federal Funds - freehe - 2/25/2018
Comment: Indiana - freehe - 2/25/2018
Comment: Savings - freehe - 2/25/2018
Comment: Moving - freehe - 2/25/2018
Comment: Bipartisan - freehe - 2/25/2018
Comment: Funding - freehe - 2/25/2018
Comment: White House - freehe - 2/25/2018
Comment: Re: On the Prowl..... - Ariella - 2/25/2018
Cisco Network Automation Portfolio Targets Efficiency, Revenue, CX
Alison Diana  
2/21/2018   9 comments
As networks become larger, more complex and connect a growing number of devices, service providers must rely on automation technologies to improve efficiency, customer satisfaction and revenue.
Trump: Give Rural Broadband Billions to States
Alison Diana  
2/21/2018   25 comments
Under the White House plan, President Trump will dole out 80% of the allotted $50 billion for rural infrastructure – or $40 billion – directly to state leaders, letting governors pick from areas such as broadband, power generation, water facilities or transportation.
Liberty Global Holds Back on DOCSIS 3.1
Alan Breznick  
2/20/2018   2 comments
Although it original planned to roll out DOCSIS 3.1 in late 2017, Liberty Global is still delaying deployments while it continues to bring its HFC networks up to speed.
BBWN Radio: How to Virtualize the Subscriber Experience
Alison Diana  
2/16/2018   6 comments
In a February 21 radio show, Jeremy Harris, director of subscriber solutions and experience at ADTRAN, will discuss how service providers can use SD-Access, virtualization, automation and other technologies to improve customer experience – thereby decreasing churn and boosting sales.
Comment: Re: Poor Costa Rica - batye - 2/14/2018
Comment: Challenges? - afwriter - 2/13/2018
Comment: Poor Costa Rica - afwriter - 2/13/2018

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