Reports continue to surface that new parties are evaluating Hulu as a potential acquisition target. Yahoo is the latest corporate name to come up in Hulu's reported sale discussions.
Service providers are increasingly using residential gateways to transform their broadband video services and to build new revenue streams, a study from Infonetics Research concludes.
Sprint is taking its partnership with CSC to another level with the introduction of its new infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) service called CloudCompute.
In a glass half full/half empty conundrum, a pair of analyst reports reached the conclusion that connected devices are making inroads into the consumer's home entertainment setup, but are not ubiquitous by any stretch of the imagination.
Windstream reported Wednesday evening that the majority of the network outages that left business customers across as many as 23 states without voice service have been fixed, though isolated issues remain.
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Industry executives are converging in Orlando, Fla., this week to discuss the communications landscape at the GENBAND Perspectives13 conference. Jim Barthold, editor of FierceIPTV , is on site covering all of the news, announcements, and keynotes from this three-day event.
Texas-based cloud and hosted solutions provider GENBAND is setting its sights on the entrepreneurial and SMB market, announcing the Innovation Exchange, a "collaborative business and technology exchange."
What do cable-ready TVs have to do with the IPTV space? They were one of the first of a long line of devices intended to circumvent the cable operator's desire to reap rewards from premium channels. But what stopped the free ride on cable-ready TVs is the same thing that will stymie Amazon and other non-linear providers hoping to cash in on set-top boxes and other IP gateways.
BTI Systems has beefed up its management team by hiring two telecom industry veterans, Eve Griliches and Jim Hintze, to head up new cloud and software-defined networking initiatives.