Cablevision goes out-of-band for 50-Meg service

August 2005
CED;Aug2005, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p10
Trade Publication
Reports on CableVision Systems Corp.'s use of out-of-band overlay technology from Narad Networks. Data capacity; CableVision's Narad-enabled nodes serving customers in Oyster Bay, New York; Features and capabilities of Narad's overlay technology.


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