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The CableLabs Development Lab
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The CableLabs Development Laboratory facilities were established to accelerate product development for devices that are intended to interoperate under the CableLabs DOCSIS®, PacketCable™, DPoE™, and/or OpenCable™ specifications.
CableLabs offers over 12,000 square feet of lab space to suppliers and members who wish to use this development area. Private lab space is also available upon request. More details are available here:
- Insights From Creating A Collaborative Workplace
- Healthcare and the Role of Cable
- CES 2015: Connecting Things
- Wi-Fi Radio Resource Management (RRM)
- Are all Wi-Fi Channels Created Equal?
- As Data Networks Become Virtual, Enterprise Integration Must Become a Reality
- ETSI NFV Industry Specification Group Publishes Second Release of Documents
- The Evolution of DOCSIS Proactive Network Maintenance (PNM)
- Wi-Fi vs. Duty Cycled LTE: A Balancing Act
- OpenStack: Pushing the Cloud
- Where is that Set-top Box?
- Wi-Fi vs EU LBT: Houston, we have a problem
- CableLabs Builds Its Presence in Silicon Valley
- Optimizing & Monetizing Wi-Fi Networks
- Cable in the Internet of Things
- CableLabs Founding Member of Open Platform for Network Function Virtualization
- Community Wi-Fi – A Primer
- CableLabs Technology Adopted by China’s Cable Operators (C-DOCSIS)
- Progress in the First Year of the STB Voluntary Agreement
- Learning to Innovate – The Innovation Bootcamp
- In-home Wi-Fi Networks: Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond
- The Future of Home Networking: HIPnet, HOPnet, and RAP
- Announcing the CableLabs UX/UI Summit
- How CableLabs Can Meet All Your Head End Needs
- NCTA Clears Up Set-Top Box Energy Reports
- Why It’s Time to Pay Attention to Facial Recognition
- How DOCSIS 3.1 Reduces Latency with Active Queue Management
- Video Coding Platforms: Then, Now, and On the Horizon
- What We Can Learn From Lean Startup Business Models
- Will Wi-Fi Have to Share the Waves?
- Proactive Network Maintenance (PNM): Smarter Technology for Smarter Maintenance
- Breaking Free From “Legacy Limitations”
- Approaches to Increasing Wireless Spectrum
- OnePON™: Addressing the Alphabet Soup of PON
- A Look at CableLabs, from CEO Phil McKinney
- Where to Find CableLabs’ White Papers and Publications
- DOCSIS 3.1: Where We Are Today
- Carrier-Grade Wi-Fi Keeps Pace With Wi-Fi Network Growth: How CableLabs is Contributing
- The Need for Wireless Spectrum: Infographic
- DLNA CVP-2: Premium Content to Any Device in Any Room
- CableLabs Announces UI/UX Working Group
- Can Your Cellphone Interfere With Your TV?
- 4K vs. UHDTV: Clearing up the Confusion
- FCC Votes to Expand Wireless Spectrum: A Win for Wi-Fi
- A Cybersecurity Framework for the Nation’s Critical Infrastructure: How CableLabs is Helping
- The Future of Home Networking: Putting the ‘HIP’ in HIPnet™
- SDN & NFV: Moving the Network into the Cloud
- The Search for a Royalty-Free Video Codec
- 4K TVs: Grasping for Consumers
- DOCSIS® Technology: National Broadband Down Under
- CES 2014: Two Trends Cable Should Watch
- Global Wi-Fi Roaming Accelerates
- Expanded Set-top Box Voluntary Agreement a Win for Service Providers and Consumers
- Clearing the Air: FCC Faces Wi-Fi Spectrum Challenges
- CableLabs® – A Global Strategy for Innovation