Comcast Business Launches ‘ActiveCore’ | Multichannel

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Looking to expand its opportunities in the commercial services sector, Comcast Business this week launched ActiveCore, a software-defined networking platform that, it says, will help its customers manage their networks across multiple locations while keeping costs in check.Comcast Business is billing it as the first “cable-delivered, gig-ready SDN platform in the country, and said Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN), an alternative to multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) running over T1 lines, is the first business product powered by its ActiveCore platform.

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Comcast Business Launches ‘ActiveCore’ | Multichannel

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Looking to expand its opportunities in the commercial services sector, Comcast Business this week launched ActiveCore, a software-defined networking platform that, it says, will help its customers manage their networks across multiple locations while keeping costs in check.Comcast Business is billing it as the first “cable-delivered, gig-ready SDN platform in the country, and said Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN), an alternative to multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) running over T1 lines, is the first business product powered by its ActiveCore platform.

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Charter’s Cowden outlines MSO’s MVNO launch plans and dates, vEPC work and CBRS 3.5 GHz trials | FierceWireless

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SAN FRANCISCO—Charter Communications’ Craig Cowden, the cable company’s SVP of wireless technology, offered a detailed look at Charter’s wide-ranging embrace of wireless technology, including the company’s planned move to 802.11 ax technology for Wi-Fi, its plans to launch an MVNO service through Verizon by June or July of next year and the company’s multiple test markets for both fixed and mobile services running on 3.5 GHz CBRS spectrum.

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Capitol Weekly’s Top 100 List – 2017 Capitol Weekly | Capitol Weekly | Capitol Weekly: The Newspaper of California State Government and Politics.

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There are 22 people new to this Top 100 ranking compared with 2016 — changes that we believe reflect political and policy developments in the Capitol.

Source: Capitol Weekly’s Top 100 List – 2017 Capitol Weekly | Capitol Weekly | Capitol Weekly: The Newspaper of California State Government and Politics.

  1. Carolyn McIntyre
    One out of every two California households subscribes to cable television. Carolyn McIntyre, president of the California Cable & Telecommunications Association says that’s just the beginning. McIntyre has a double-barreled job as the association’s manager and lobbyist. She is used to handling challenges – before joining CCTA, she was regional vice president of state governmental affairs for Sempra Energy, a job that involved navigating Sempra through the California Energy Crisis. And earlier than that, McIntyre was an undercover narcotics agent. She is on the board of directors of the CCTA-funded California Channel, and formerly served on the board of Woman Escaping a Violent Environment. She is a product of local schools – Sac State (1984) and Kennedy High School.

Comcast Opens XFINITY WiFi Hotspots to Aid Residents and Emergency Personnel

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To help residents and emergency personnel stay connected during this time, Comcast is opening its more than 53,000 XFINITY WiFi hotspots throughout the Greater Houston area to anyone who needs them – including non-XFINITY customers.For a map of XFINITY WiFi hotspots, which are located both indoo

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