what are innovative providers working on now in order to expand this market, and what obstacles might they need to watch out for? This Fierce eBook will tackle this question and more. Download this eBook.
Sprint and Cox announced an agreement today that will allow Sprint to use Cox’s wireline network for its backhaul efforts and small cell build-out. The companies concurrently said the deal represents the end of their patent-infringement battle. However, neither company made any mention of Cox potentially using Sprint’s network to offer its own Cox-branded wireless services through an MVNO agreement.
Despite disappointing ratings for the Rio Summer Olympic Games in 2016, Comcast is once again pulling out all the stops in regard to its pay TV platforms for the upcoming Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Nontraditional TV distributors like Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile are spending millions of dollars on sports rights and internet transport, highlighting their ambitions to capitalize on the shift from traditional TV to over-the-top distribution. These developments raise the question: What would it take for the NFL to follow in Disney’s footsteps and go direct-to-consumer?
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Casa Systems’ CEO, Jerry Guo, and Fierce Markets’ Kevin Gray discuss the future of cable networks including network convergence, virtualization and customer field trials of its Axyom Virtual CCAP (vCCAP) at this year’s Cable-Tec Expo.
In Skyworks’ recent technology paper, the company answers the question What’s Next? as the industry evolves to 5G. Download the paper to find out how current LTE networks will evolve to deliver a 5G user experience with 100x data throughput improvement.