Topic: cable modem termination system
The cable industry's move to virtualization is driving down traditional hardware revenue at a faster clip, according to a report by Dell'Oro Group.
Comcast is farther along the virtualization path than you might think, largely due its X1 video platform that turned 10 this year.
While telcos look to cut costs, vendors are learning to cope even when the market is flat overall, according to MTN Consulting's Matt Walker.
Two of CableLabs' top NFV and SDN experts left the cable industry consortium last month.
Comcast's Rob Howald says service providers need to collaborate through open source groups such as ONF in order to be successful.
On the cusp of its 50th anniversary next year, the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) has scored its first industry patent.
CommScope has inked a deal to buy telecommunications equipment maker Arris in an all-cash deal valued at $7.4 billion.
Comcast is boldly going into uncharted waters with its deployment of virtualized CMTS, and it has learned a few lessons along the way.
One of the roads that will lead the cable industry to virtualization nirvana is CableLabs' Flexible MAC Architecture.
Heading into the official start of SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, Cisco announced that Midco has deployed its cloud-native router in South Dakota.