Cable operators eye telephony

Masud, Sam
November 1999
Telecommunications - Americas Edition;Nov99, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p35
Trade Publication
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.


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