Mediacom Communications said it struck a deal with Comporium Communications which will allow it to offer a home security and automation service to its cable subscribers.
Bluetooth headset manufacturer Jawbone plans to announce a new product with Comcast here at The Cable Show on Tuesday, Jawbone founder Hosain Rahman said Monday.
The cable industry can no longer be separated from the Internet when it comes to content, according to Charter Communications CEO Tom Rutledge. In fact, distinguishing the two confuses customers and creates problems for the industry.
Comcast said Monday that it will use new Wi-Fi gateways that it is deploying in subscriber homes to expand the footprint of its Xfinity Wi-Fi network, creating "millions" of access points for its high-speed Internet customers.
Ruckus Wireless is launching a new Wi-Fi access point that supports DOCSIS-3.0 as well as similar data over cable service standards for Europe and Japan. The company said the new access point will make the outdoor user experience better and will improve high-density applications.
AT&T said at its annual meeting on Thursday that it is seeing strong growth from its U-verse products in the second quarter.
Liberty Global said Friday that it closed the $24 billion cash and stock acquisition of British cable provider Virgin Media. The deal expands Liberty Global's total subscriber count to 25 million customers in 12 countries in Europe.
Home networking technology vendor Entropic said Thursday that it acquired mixed-signal semiconductor company Mobius Semiconductor for $13 million in cash.
Video-on-demand technology vendor SeaChange International said it generated $36.6 million in revenue in its fiscal first quarter of 2014, down $1 million from this time last year.
TiVo stock dropped more than 17 percent Friday after it announced that it would collect $490 million from the settlement of patent disputes with Time Warner Cable and rival DVR manufacturers Cisco and Motorola Mobility.
Just days ahead of The Cable Show being held next week in Washington, D.C., President Obama announced a new broadband and wireless initiative, ConnectED, aimed at connecting 99 percent of U.S. students to the Internet over the next five years.
In today's spotlight, FierceTelecom takes a look at reports that Verizon Business was forced by the National Security Agency in April to supply it with records detailing all telephone calls made on its systems.
Time Warner Cable said Wednesday that it is beginning to allow subscribers using its TWCTV.com site to access live programming from several networks when they are outside of their homes.
With Comcast, Charter Communications and other major MSOs deploying new cloud-based interactive program guides, I'm psyched to report that NCTA asked me to moderate a panel at The Cable Show Monday afternoon that will be focused on one of my favorite beats.
Comcast struck a unique deal with Danvers, Mass.-based lighting manufacturer Osram Sylvania to market a new line of "LED smart light bulbs" to its Xfinity Home subscribers.
Comcast said Wednesday that former Level 3 executive Matt McConnell will oversee its Comcast Wholesale subsidiary, which was formerly known as Comcast Media Center.
CBS Corp. hired a big gun to lead its retransmission-consent negotiations with pay TV providers, naming YES Network COO Ray Hopkins president of television networks distribution.
Charter Communications will use ActiveVideo's CloudTV H5 platform to power a new cloud-based interactive program guide, making it the biggest U.S. cable customer for the company.
Nearly seven years after announcing that it would cut 1,000 customer service reps and outsource calls to Mexico, Canada and the Philippines, Charter Communications said it is building a new customer service center in Bridgeton, Mo.
Interactive TV technology vendors Visible World and FourthWall Media said they are combining forces on a product that cable operators can use to target ads to subscribers using set-tops from Cisco, Pace and Motorola Mobility.