Analyst Simon Leopold downplayed the effects of an International Trade Commission ruling that dealt a blow to Comcast’s thriving X1 deployment business—one that bars Comcast from importing pay TV set-tops with unlicensed technology.
The third-quarter earnings season is now in the rearview mirror, but an interesting tidbit from The Walt Disney Company’s quarterly report surfaced over the long weekend: The conglomerate expects its losses from its investment in Hulu to increase by $100 million over the course of the next fiscal year.
Top cable operators Comcast and Charter will benefit from the collapse in merger talks between Sprint and T-Mobile, but not so much because the availability of the Nos. 3 and 4 U.S. wireless companies makes it more likely for the Nos. 1 and 2 cable companies to enter into a deal themselves, MoffettNathanson analyst Craig Moffett said.
One way of encouraging girls and young women to get interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) is to show them role models. That’s what inspired us to ask for nominations of shining examples of women making a difference in smaller companies that are not always in the public eye, but they’re quietly forging careers in STEM.
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.
This white paper makes the case that video providers are best served by implementing support for HDR in software rather than hardware, given the uncertainty of the current landscape with regard to standardization.