Cable One plans to spend $250,000 to deploy fiber-to-the-home broadband services in new residential development in Pascagoula, Miss. Shell Landing golf/resort area.
A relic of the go-go '90s, dark fiber is once again en vogue, driven by emerging services such as small cell backhaul, data center connectivity and the FCC's E-Rate program.
Arris said it's addressing a vulnerability in its SurfBoard 6141 DOCSIS 3.0 modems with a firmware update.
Mid-sized cable companies continue making sizable investments to expand the capabilities of their networks and stave off competition from fiber, and Suddenlink is no exception.
Cisco, the No. 2 cable network vendor, has announced a major restructuring to its engineering unit under CEO Chuck Robbins.
Arris said that Altice NV has deployed its DOCSIS 3.1-enabling E6000 converged cable access platform (CCAP) within its SFR unit in France.
Despite all the commotion surrounding Full Duplex DOCSIS 3.1 since CableLabs announced an initiative to develop it last month, the technology is far from prime time, says Light Reading's Alan Breznick.
Comcast said that it has begun "advanced consumer trials" of DOCSIS 3.1-powered Internet services for select early adopters in Atlanta, kicking off its plan to bring the 1-gig product to five cities this year.
A year after Casa Systems announced that it had deployed the first converged cable access platform (CCAP) chassis combining data and video into a Time Warner Cable network, several cable industry vendors have told Light Reading that the CCAP business is getting hot.
The SCTE says if it can cut $18,000 off its electric bill at its Exton, Penn. headquarters, cable operators should be able to make dent in their energy use, too.