German cable operator Unitymedia has launched its first commercial 1Gbps internet service in the town Bochum on May 7, 2018.
German cable operator Unitymedia will launch its first commercial Gigabit internet service based on DOCSIS 3.1 on May 7, 2018 in the city Bochum.
German cable operators gained around 500,000 new internet customers last year and currently provide broadband internet access to a total of 7.7 million households.
German cable operator PŸUR (formerly Primacom) will commence analogue switch-off on its network on March 20, 2018.
After a challenging year with analogue switch-off and a major channel relocation, German cable operator Unitymedia wants to focus on the expansion of its business in 2018, Chief Financial Officer Winfried Rapp told Broadband TV News.
Vodafone Deutschland will introduce internet access at Gigabit speed in a few months in the first pilot region where it switched off its analogue TV and radio distribution.
German cable operator Unitymedia will deploy the 4K version of Horizon in Germany as part of the rollout of the new box throughout the European footprint of parent company Liberty Global, Unitymedia CEO Lutz Schüler told Broadband TV News.
Vodafone Deutschland gears up for analogue switch-off on its cable network (formerly Kabel Deutschland).
Marking the first commercial DOCSIS 3.1 deployment across Liberty Global’s European footprint, German subsidiary Unitymedia will launch a gigabit internet service in the city of Bochum in Q1 2018.
The SCTE and ISBE, and the Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) have announced a new SCTE/ISBE Standards operational practice that is designed to ensure interoperability between MoCA 2.0 and the new DOCSIS 3.1 specification.