- WIRELESS' PIVOT POINT. Reedy, Sarah // Telephony;5/5/2008, p8
The author reflects on the demise of the Pivot, Sprint Nextel Corp.'s joint venture with leading cable companies in the U.S., including its impact on the industry. She revealed that a lot of speculations have risen regarding its downfall, such as the unspoken commitment of Clearwire and Sprint...
- Cable Cuts the Cord. Dickson, Glen // Broadcasting & Cable;5/26/2008, Vol. 138 Issue 21, p16
The article reports on the plan of the three largest cable operators in the U.S. to use WiMax services to provide voice and data services to subscribers. It is stated that the WiMax services from Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Inc. will be delivered through Clearwire Corp. Furthermore, it is...
- Cable May Get WiMAX Option. Brown, Karen // Multichannel News;8/14/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 32, p6
The article focuses on the significance of the intention of Sprint Nextel Corp. to spend $3.1 billion on a mobile network based on WiMAX broadband technology to the plan of Time Warner Cable, Comcast Corp., Bright House Networks and Cox Communications Inc. to provide wireless services in the...
- PRIME NUMBERS. // Total Telecom Magazine;Sep2009, p34
The article presents an update on the telecommunication industry as of 2009. According to new research from Screen Digest, revenues for cable television (TV) services increased by 5.4% in Europe in 2008. Business fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) handset connections around the world are expected to...
- Issues, Answers and Cable-Tec Expo. Bowick, Christopher J. // Communications Technology;Mar2006, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p56
The article discusses issues pertinent to the cable technology industry during the convention of the Society of Cable Television Engineers (SCTE). Regional Bell companies have been in persistent efforts to compete in delivering the triple-play bundle of voice, video, and data. Direct broadcast...
- UK customers get on-demand services. A.B., Shamsul // Telecommunications - International Edition;Feb98, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p18
Reports on the introduction of an on-demand service in the cable television industry in Great Britain. Necessity of retaining customers for the technological advancement of the broadcasting industry; Different approaches of the services for content acquisition.
- Number of Cable TV Systems, 1975-1999. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p188
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- Top 20 Cable TV Networks, 1999. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p189
No abstract available.
- Cable companies. // Business News New Jersey;1998 Book of Lists, Vol. 11, p22
Ranks cable companies in New Jersey by number of homes wired in 1997. Includes Comcast Cablevision of New Jersey; TCI of Northern New Jersey; Garden State Cable TV; TKR Cable Co.; Cablevision of Monmouth.