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DOCSIS 3.1 ‘Slightly Ahead’ of Schedule

September 22, 2014

When it comes to preparing tests and setting specs for cable’s emerging DOCSIS 3.1 platform, it’s been full speed ahead at CableLabs. Development of DOCSIS 3.1 technologies are “slightly ahead of the original schedule that we laid out two years ago when we kicked off 3.1 activities,” Phil McKinney, the president and CEO of Louisville, Colo.-based CableLabs, said in a recent interview with MultiChannel News.    

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September 18, 2014

CableLabs comments on IPv6 Reliability

John Berg of CableLabs participated in a panel discussion covering the reliability of IPv6.  More information here.      

August 26, 2014

Canadian Operators Launch Subscription VOD Service

In a bold joint venture, Canada’s two largest pay-TV providers — Rogers and Shaw — are teaming up to launch a subscription video-on-demand service that will compete with Netflix in the Canadian market. “Shomi”…

August 12, 2014

What’s On Your Radar?

Summer Conference 2014 was a great event for our members and vendor partners. A participant’s re-cap of the event:

July 30, 2014

Study: Broadband Subs Will Outnumber Video Subs

According to a new study from Moody’s, cable operators will start serving more broadband customers than video customers as early as 2015. Moody’s estimates that subscribers to cable broadband and video services pulled…

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