Arris, Jinni and Huawei find new opportunities in evolving cable MSO market

Whether it's the emergence of new OTT video players, 4K or the FCC's "Unlock the Box" proposal, it's clear that cable industry manufacturer and services segment is facing a challenging yet innovative period.

But as cable MSOs like Charter Communications, Comcast and Cox making big financial bets on the DOCSIS 3.1 transition to keep up with their fiber rivals, while extending the possibilities of their Wi-Fi services, vendors like Arris, Jinni and Huawei have plenty of opportunities to grow their share in the cable market.

For more on how the major cable vendors stack up, check out FierceCable's new special report.

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