In a new report produced in tandem with SCTE/ISBE, Heavy Reading spells out what cable operators are doing with fiber now, what they plan to do with it in the future and which challenges are the biggest.
Major European provider launches gigabit-enabling DOCSIS 3.1 service in Bavaria, making it the second major German MSO to do so.
In a first, Light Reading will tackle the big technology and business challenges facing the European cable industry at our Cable Next-Gen Europe conference in London on Nov. 6.
Speaking at a Goldman Sachs media conference, Charter CEO Tom Rutledge said cable's new Full Duplex DOCSIS spec will trump 5G fixed-wireless.
Defying expectations, broadband subscriber growth spiked in the second quarter, MoffettNathason confirmed in its latest market report.
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