German cable operator Unitymedia will switch off the analogue TV channels on its cable network in five regional steps between June 1 and 30, 2017.
Germany’s third-largest cable operator Tele Columbus remains interested in acquisitions, mainly of small, but no longer big companies, CEO Ronny Verhelst said at the presentation of the company’s new 4K home platform AdvanceTV in Berlin.
German cable operator Unitymedia has commenced offering its high-speed internet access with a data rate of 400Mbps across its whole cable network.
Arris has announced an expansion in its range of DOCSIS 3.1 devices. At the same time its launched its Touchstone Development Partner Program.
Liberty Global plans the first DOCSIS 3.1 implementations on the cable networks across its European footprint in 2017, CEO Mike Fries told Broadband TV News at the company’s Technology Summit 2016 in Amsterdam.
Liberty Global is evaluating a new generation of its multimedia home gateway Horizon which will be Ultra HD/4K capable.
TDC’s Peter Bukhave Hansen has been telling Cable Congress delegates how the Danish cable operator has been rolling out next generation broadband.
German cable operator Unitymedia wants to offer internet speeds of up to 10Gbps in future.
Together with its partner Cisco, German cable operator Unitymedia will unveil its Gigasphere, as it calls the DOCSIS 3.1 standard, at upcoming cable, satellite and broadband trade fair ANGA COM 2016.
DOCSIS 3.1 capability looks set to achieve approximately 9 million households by 2017.