Will carrier-grade Wi-Fi fill the gap of the declining video business?

The year 2014 will probably be remembered as one of the most transformational in the history of the cable business--and that's besides the huge pending mergers. While the sustained growth of the once wildly profitable business that built the industry, video services, has begun to give way to over-the-top distribution, a massive opportunity with unknown dimensions has quietly emerged: Wi-Fi. In this FierceCable feature, we examine the potential and challenges of cable's emerging carrier-grade Wi-Fi business.

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