Cable Gets Enterprising With VoIP
- START OVER? Clemson, Conrad // Communications Technology;Sep2006, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p24
The article reports on the launch of the Start Over service by Time Warner Cable Inc. which represents one of the first new services to leverage the analog/digital simulcast and real-time acquisition technologies deployed within the company in the U.S. Start Over is one of the first large-scale...
- Cable operators eye telephony. Masud, Sam // Telecommunications - Americas Edition;Nov99, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p35
Reports on cable television operators' efforts to take advantage of a flexible Internet protocol platform to offer telephony services. Task of upgrading the older coax plant to a hybrid fiber coax; More television channels; Support for two-way voice, data and video communications.
- The Road to Another Take on Migration Strategy. Chapman, John T. // Communications Technology;Dec2006, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p34
The article discusses the establishment and construction of cable provider infrastructure by several cable and Internet-based providers. The cable industry became aware of the competitive challenges and customer requirement needs including high-speed, triple-play and mobility services with wide...
- Execs Stress Sweating the Details on VoIP. Stump, Matt // Multichannel News;5/9/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 19, p10
Focuses on the maintenance issues in voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) telephony needed to be assessed by cable operators offering the service in the U.S. Number of VoIP customers of Time Warner as of May 2005; Companies offering VoIP service; Effect of the service on security systems.
- Time Warner's VoIP Train. Stump, Matt // Multichannel News;12/1/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 48, p91
Highlights the voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) service to be launched by Time Warner Cable in the U.S. market in 2004. States where the service will be deployed; Subscriber fees; Details of how the service will be deployed; Efforts of Time Warner to market its VoIP service.
- Cable TV is the next market for rural Telcos. Glass, Victor; Talluto, Sal // Government Information Quarterly;2003, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p177
This article describes how the DSL revolution transformed the local telephone network into a broadband platform. It describes the reasons for upgrading telephone networks to broadband capability and highlights some of the more interesting transition strategies that telecommunications carriers...
- Cable Mongols closing in. Sweeney, Dan // America's Network;02/15/2001, Vol. 105 Issue 3, p64
Comments on the rapid progress of cable industry over the telecommunication industry in the United States. Information on the service offerings displayed at the Western Cable Show in Los Angeles, California; Vision of the cable industry; Reason cable operators will not dominate the broadband...
- The SILVER LINING of OPEN ACCESS. Tanner, John C. // America's Network;05/15/2001, Vol. 105 Issue 8, p63
Offers a look at the competition between local exchange carriers and cable television operators in offering broadband access services in the United States. Commonalties among the competitors; Concept of subscriber management; Benefits of separating the service from the access line; Discussion...
- Broadband overtakes dial-up in Web usage. // Precision Marketing;7/22/2005, Vol. 17 Issue 38, p5
Reports on the increasing popularity of broadband communication systems among households in Great Britain. Factors contributing to the increase; Number of households viewing television over broadband connection; Significance of the increase to telecommunication companies.