Spotlight: Time Warner Cable eyeing web video

Time Warner Cable has given indications recently that it is exploring whole-home networking solutions. It joined the Multimedia over Coax Alliance, and company CEO Glenn Britt told attendees at an investor conference last week that the cable firm was looking at a possible wireless home networking solution, one that also would bring Internet video to TV screens. It's not clear what TWC is thinking about, or whether it will use both MoCA and wireless in some fashion, but according to Britt, we'll see something from the provider within the next couple years. Read the story at Light Reading's Contentinople


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