Cox gigabit service will be available to 99% of the company’s customers by 2020, according to a press release. The company said its Wi-Fi offering helps to ensure that customers get . . .
Source: Cox Hits 90% Gigabit Threshold – Telecompetitor
YouTube is joining the ranks of 4K video sources for cable customers.
Source: Comcast X1 Set-Top Gets YouTube 4K Content – Variety
30 years ago, CableLabs set off to invent the future. Since then, they never stopped re-inventing themselves.
Source: CableLabs 30th Anniversary
Integrator to use operator’s Fiber Connect Plus TV service to deliver customizable services for hotel properties
Source: Spectrum Enterprise Partners with Moviebeam for Hospitality Solution – Multichannel
Every day, millions of Americans reach for their tablet, laptop or TV, and every day, millions of cable industry employees help them make the most of their
Source: NCTA Resource Center – How Cable Operators Are Investing in the Career Trajectories of Their Employees | NCTA.com
“It is not surprising that the Supreme Court declined to hear this case dealing with the Wheeler FCC’s 2015 Order. Once the current FCC repealed the 2015 Order, almost all parties – including NCTA – agreed that the case was moot. Today’s decision is not an indication of the Court’s views on the merits but simply reflects the fact that there was nothing left for the Court to rule on.”
Source: Statement of NCTA – The Internet & Television Association Regarding the Supreme Court Denying to Hear Net Neutrality Appeal | NCTA — The Internet & Television Association
In just 18 months, cable operators across the country have increased gigabit availability by almost 16 times. Today, fantasy has turned into reality as cable’s internet networks are now offering gig speeds in more than 40 states, in both urban and rural communities.
Source: Charging Into the Gigabit Future | NCTA — The Internet & Television Association
Background: California, the Department of Justice and USTelecom, CTIA, NCTA and ACA – representing America’s broadband providers – have today agreed to propose a delay in federal court litigation against California’s Internet Bill (SB 822) while the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals continues consideration of Mozilla Corporation v. Federal Communications Commission.The following statement is for attribution to USTelecom, CTIA, NCTA and ACA:
Source: USTelecom, CTIA, NCTA and ACA Statement on Proposal to Delay Litigation Against California State Internet Bill | NCTA — The Internet & Television Association