After the Republican Congress passed a massive corporate tax break that will save them billions over the next few years, Comcast and AT&T loudly touted the handout of millions of dollars in employee bonuses.
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.
Continuing to fine-tune its ranks following the closure of its Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks purchases last year, and with a key regional VP retiring, Charter Communications has announced some promotions and changes to its field operations, and sales and marketing teams.
Comcast continues to sell its prepaid Xfinity internet service through Sprint’s Boost Mobile stores and appears to be on track to reach all of Sprint’s 4,400 Boost Mobile locations within Comcast’s service area by the end of 2017.
According to a new report, the United States is home to fully 44% of the world’s major major cloud and internet data center sites. Perhaps more importantly, that figure will likely remain north of 40% for the next three years, predicted Synergy Research Group.
Network security has long been a major issue for service providers. To offer greater protection against volumetric DDoS attacks, Nokia stands uniquely ready to help carriers globally. Download this eBrief now and learn about the FP4 chipset.
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.