Topic: converged cable access platform (CCAP)
Harmonic got a big boost for its CableOS virtual converged cable access platform (CCAP) after Comcast this week signed a licensing deal worth $175 million.
Harmonic said it now has its CableOS product involved in a dozen “revenue-generating” deployments and advanced field trials around the globe.
Arris reported a narrow 1% drop in fourth-quarter income to $1.74 billion, with video device sales declining 23.4%.
Harmonic has announced the first commercial deployment of its virtual converged cable access platform product CableOS, with Sweden’s Com Hem.
Former Imagine CEO Charlie Vogt has been hired as the new chief executive of ATX Networks. Current CEO Ken Wildgoose will stay on the board.
Arris said that it is offering second-generation upgrades to the popular E6000 converged cable access platform.
Cable operators expanding their wireless ambitions may be on to something, according to Bell Labs’ Martin Glapa.
The proliferation of DOCSIS 3.1-backed 1-Gbps cable broadband services has impacted two more states: Utah and Georgia.