Telia has selected the VIP4302 set-top from Arris to deliver IPTV services to its TV and streaming customers in Sweden and Finland.
Charter Communications has agreed to buy up to 6 million shares in set-top box maker Arris.
Arris has announced an expansion in its range of DOCSIS 3.1 devices. At the same time its launched its Touchstone Development Partner Program.
Altice-owned Portugal Telecom selected the Arris VIP5662EW Ultra-HD set-top for its recently launched MEO 4K service in Portugal.
Telefónica has selected Arris to develop a comprehensive range of new set-tops in a new five-year deal.
Arris International has named Bruce McClelland as its new chief executive officer, replacing Bob Stanzione, who moves to become the tech company’s executive chairman.
Espial has completed the previously announced acquisition of Arris’s Whole Home Solution (WHS) platform.
Espial will acquire Arris’s Whole Home Solution (WHS) platform. Terms and conditions of the pending acquisition were not disclosed. The transaction, which is subject to customary closing conditions, is expected to close in Q3, 2016.
Cable has a chance of building on the Internet of Things, but at the moment it’s a limited one.
Arris has been giving details of its plans for ANGA COM, demonstrating the move to Gigabit speeds through DOCSIS 3.1, remote PHY and PON technologies.