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Arris says security threat posed by reported cable modem backdoor is 'low'

Arris said it's aware of a backdoor vulnerability to its cable modems, but that the security risk is "low."

Some Arris cable modems reportedly can be hacked through back door

A Brazilian security analyst has documented multiple backdoors allowing remote access to Arris cable modems.

Arris CFO: ActiveVideo acquisition gives us a cloud DVR play

Arris' acquisition of 65 percent of ActiveVideo, which it announced last April as part of a partnership with Charter Communications to buy the cloud TV provider, will give the company an early foothold in the cloud DVR world, according to a top Arris executive.

Arris sees 13.1% decline in Q3 revenue amid sluggish CPE sales with AT&T and Verizon

Arris reported third quarter revenue of $1.22 billion, down 13.1 percent year over year, with continuing slow sales to U.S. telco companies AT&T and Verizon dragging down the network equipment vendor's CPE business.

Arris' Pace acquisition delayed due to DOJ concerns

Arris says the U.S. Department of Justice has requested additional information about "certain optical transmission products," and Arris' proposed $2.1 billion purchase of Pace won't close until at least late December.

Arris debuts new gateway and wireless player for Moxi, amps up arms race with TiVo for smaller MSOs

Arris introduced new gear to bolster its Moxi video interface in its battle for market share with TiVo among small- and mid-sized cable operators.

Suddenlink teams with Arris to offer Wi-Fi networks to business customers

Suddenlink said it will expand its offerings to business users with Arris' Service Provider Wi-Fi solution. Suddenlink said it will sell the product throughout its 17-state area.

Arris unveils its first DOCSIS 3.1 modems; deploys Moxi on TDS

Arris, the world's largest vendor of in-home cable equipment, launched its first DOCSIS 3.1 modems. The company is selling the new gadgets to both MSOs and directly to consumers.

Arris, WES, Concurrent to demo APSIS power management tech at SCTE

The SCTE said that cable-industry vendors will use its upcoming trade show to demonstrate new software for managing network power consumption, a component of its Energy 2020 initiative.

Cable industry answers call for faster speeds with move to DOCSIS 3.1

The cable industry is moving from the existing DOCSIS 3.0  standard to the new DOCSIS 3.1 standard, increasing their Internet speeds from around 300 Mbps to 1 Gpbs or faster.