Mullan Cable TV deploys XCast Labs' digital voice & video platform

Mullan Cable TV, an independent operator based in Mullan, Idaho, is improving its triple-play offering by deploying XCast Labs' one-stop-shopping solution, its  DV&V (Digital Voice & Video) platform.

The hosted IP service is a good deal for smaller Tier 2 or 3 operators like Mullan Cable, XCast Vice President of Sales James Lew pointed out in a release, as it features an integrated back office system and can be deployed within 15-20 days.

"XCast Labs is an obvious choice for cable operators who need to deploy services that are not only cost-effective, but also of the highest quality and quick to rollout," said James Dahl, CEO, Mullan Cable, in the same release.

Mullan Cable offers cable TV, high-speed Internet and VoIP services to subscribers across Idaho.

For more:
- see the news release

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