Modem firms push self-provisioning plans

December 1999
Multichannel News;12/20/99, Vol. 20 Issue 52, p68
Reports on the deployment of standards-based cable modems in the United States. Self-provisioning solutions; Systems introduced by Motorola Inc., Nortel Networks Corp. and Toshiba America Information Systems Inc.


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