Keyword: SCTE Cable-Tec Expo
CableLabs is cooking up a new method to stop distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks by blocking devices at the source by using P4.
SCTE-ISBE Cable-Tec Expo is chock full of panels and sessions on 10G, but when the cable industry actually deploys or needs it is an open question.
The cable industry's 10G initiative will be front and center at this week's SCTE-ISBE Cable-Tec Expo in New Orleans.
Some able operators haven't embraced distributed access architecture (DAA) into their networks, according to Cisco's John Davidson.
The market was bullish in last year's fourth quarter for broadband access equipment revenue, according to a report, but CCAP spending declined.
The cable industry has kicked off this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by outlining its vision for delivering 10-gigabit data speeds.
A lot of terms and buzzwords are being thrown around these days in regards to virtualization, and Comcast Fellow Bob Gaydos defines some of them.
Comcast is boldly going into uncharted waters with its deployment of virtualized CMTS, and it has learned a few lessons along the way.
The cable industry isn't getting enough recognition for what it does with broadband, security should be a higher priority and 5G is overhyped.
Shaw Cablesystems' Jamie Brown says his company is looking at DAA from two perspectives: automation and the impact it has on Shaw's facilities.