Keyword: Charter Communications
A federal judge in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Southern District of New York has ruled that Charter Communications has to pay for letters that will be sent to Windstream subscribers.
A bankruptcy judge granted Windstream a temporary restraining order against Charter Communications over an ad campaign that targeted its customers.
According to a federal lawsuit filed on Friday, Windstream Holdings is alleging that Charter Communications launched a "scare-tactic campaign" to win over its subscribers.
Two of CableLabs' top NFV and SDN experts left the cable industry consortium last month.
This year could be the demarcation point for the cable industry's move into virtualization, according to Arris' Chris Busch.
After keeping tabs for several years, CableLabs has identified the top blockchain security threats in a recent blog post.
On the cusp of its 50th anniversary next year, the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) has scored its first industry patent.
Spectrum Enterprise is "about to unveil" its SD-WAN service, according to an executive who is attending the MEF18 conference in Los Angeles this week.
Integra Optics leans on automated production system to ramp up the production of its fiber-optic components.
Frontier is offering a cloud-based unified communications-as-a-service (UCaaS) to help businesses migrate their voice services to the cloud.