Today at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), NCTA – The Internet & Television Association, CableLabs and Cable Europe introduced the cable industry’s vision for delivering 10 gigabit networks, or 10G.
The broadband cable industry signalled its commitment to deliver on the goals of a gigabit society.
The trade body representing Europe’s cable operators has slammed the European Commission’s analysis of the Dutch broadband market.
Cable Europe is urging the European Commission not to accept Dutch regulator ACM’s draft broadband market analysis, which was submitted Friday, August 3.
A quarter of the installed cable base in Europe still remains analogue over 10 years after the Netherlands became the first country to switch off analogue terrestrial TV.
The European cable industry continued to show resiliency and steady growth in 2016, increasing 4% from the prior year, to €23.5 billion, according to the latest findings from the European Broadband Cable Yearbook from IHS Markit and Cable Europe.
Cable sector calls on framework to close US-EU investment gap as Council of the European Union meets.
Cable Europe has once again called upon the European Institutions to stand by the original goals of the proposed Electronic Communications Code, as the European Parliament’s ITRE Committee adopted a number of amendments last night.
Cable Europe has today voiced concerns over the future of investment in telecommunications network infrastructure, as it responds to the Belgian consultation on levels of competition in the broadband and broadcasting markets.
Cable Europe has announced the dates for Cable Congress 2018, which will take place in Dublin on 6-7 March, 2018.