Cable Congress 2014 will be held in Amsterdam, Broadband TV News has learnt.
On the evidence of this year’s Cable Congress, which was held in London on March 5-7, the European cable industry is in much better shape now than at any time since the global financial crisis began in 2008.
The Cable Congress finally made it to London (March 5-7th) where growing revenues made for a positive case, writes Julian Clover.
CABLE CONGRESS 2013 – LONDON. Ziggo has launched its cloud based multiscreen, multiroom service, using cloud-based technology from ActiveVideo Networks to provide a consistent look and feel on even the most elderly of set-tops.
CABLE CONGRESS 2013 – LONDON. Although talk about DOCSIS 3.1 began only late last year, circumstances will require initial deployments to be made as soon as 2015/16.
CABLE CONGRESS 2013 – LONDON. Operators are increasingly being forced to deal with consumer hardware choices and how it connects to their own networks.
CABLE CONGRESS 2013 – LONDON. Virgin Media’s motivation for offering Wi-Fi on the London Underground is its interest in Next Generation Wireless, according to Kevin Baughan, director, Metro Wireless, Virgin Media Business.
CABLE CONGRESS 2013 – LONDON. Zon’s cloud-based recording service Timewarp is proving to be a big success.
CABLE CONGRESS 2013 – LONDON. Piracy is still a potent revenue threat to pay-TV operators, though at the same time the type of threat is changing.
CABLE CONGRESS 2013 – LONDON. Markets in Central and Eastern Europe are opening up for floatations and what they want to see is sensible business plans.
With a plethora of devices being used to consume audiovisual content policymakers should recognise that fragmentation represents competition and consumer choice, not a lack of interoperability, and adopt a new starting point for policy analysis. … [Read More...]