Arris gives network a makeover; CommScope crams edge QAMs

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> Arris, which has been moving a lot of its technology and focus inside the consumer residence, plans to show the cable industry that it hasn't forgotten the network with a demonstration of what it calls "two DOCSIS firsts." News release

> CommScope  is using The Cable Show to launch "the industry's first universal edge QAM solution that can span the full RF spectrum up to 1 GHz and deliver 160 QAM channels on a single port. Story

> Motorola Mobility is launching a cloud-based video convergence platform it calls the Medios Xperience. News release

And finally... Spanish language programmer Imagina U.S. will use Comcast Media Center to deliver its VoD programming. News release

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