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AT&T's Bullish Investment

AT&T is making a major telecom investment in many areas of its business. The telecom giant cites the explosion of high-speed networks, data consuming devices and the move to IP as the reason for this investment. The money is...

AT&T U-verse Improves

Today I was perusing a press release from AT&T touting the new HD channels they will be offering in Fairfield County, Connecticut as part of their U-verse offering. This release was of special interest since this county is where...

What Nortel Should do Now

Nortel will be cutting 2,100 jobs and shifting about one thousand more to areas which have lower costs. These actions are in response to a wider loss in the fourth quarter. The company remains optimistic about its long term future...

Japan's High-Speed Internet Satellite

While some of us in the US may be proud that we are able to surf the web at speeds of 10 Mbps or even a bit more, in Japan they are striving for speeds of 1.2 Gbps or...

More Cable Details Emerge

More details are emerging from the recent cut cables in the middle east. According to the ITU's (International Telecom Union) head of development, Sami al-Murshed, "We do not want to preempt the results of ongoing investigations, but we do...

Rembrandt IP Management

Some analysts are concerned that patents held by "patent troll" Rembrandt IP Management will be used successfully against cable companies and others. In cases originally spread across federal courts in Delaware, New York and Texas, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter...

How Will Cable do in a Slower Economy?

One wonders how well cable companies can do in a slowing economy. Certainly if you an investor, this question is of great importance. According to this article, cable companies have fared well in past recessions but this time there...

The Real Cable Story

For those of you who just can't get enough information on the middle east cable outages, the Economist sheds some light on the story with a well-written piece containing lots of detail. Sadly they seem to discourage conspiracy theories making...

One Cable Cut Explained

Great news... An anchor did cut one of the undersea cables in the middle east meaning there is one less chance for the conspiracy theory some are espousing. What happened to the other four cables is still a mystery...

Don’t Vote Until You read This

I am unhappy to hear that 24 House Republicans are delving into the FCC’s plan to regulate the cable companies more closely. FCC Chairman Martin is acting in the best interest of consumers by fostering competition in the cable industry...

Comcast Gets Beat up

If you haven’t been watching, you may have missed the fact that the telcos are becoming serious competitors to the cable companies. For the last few years it seemed cable companies were invincible but recently the phone companies with products...

Comcast Customer Support

This morning I went to Wikipedia to look up the formal definition for the term ballistic. Most of us know there is a term “going ballistic” which basically means freaking out in a potentially violent manner. Wikipedia doesn’t have an...

Taqua and Broadsoft Partner

Taqua and Broadsoft just announced they are partnering to bring Class 5 switch replacement and advanced services to service providers in the US and Canada. Taqua will be reselling BroadWorks to MSOs, CLECs and ILECS. The combined products can...

Switching to Optimum Voice

This was a big week for me personally as I switched service providers. I should mention I have free VoIP accounts coming out of my ears. I often test them but I haven’t switched to any of them because to...

Cisco Beat Earnings

Cisco beat earnings by $120 million dollars and they say enterprise earnings are strong.   Scientific Atlanta also produced outstanding results for the company.   Emerging markets are growing at 40%   Here are some statements I just wrote...

Tom Wheeler

I would like to personally welcome Tom Wheeler to the TMCnet editorial team. Tom is an industry veteran with experience which is virtually unrivaled. Having been president of both the CTIA and the NCTA he is in the enviable position...

Cable Gets VoIP

Cable companies are feasting on VoIP success by the millions of customers. What an amazing job they are doing taking customers from phone companies. So far however, cable VoIP growth in the SMB space has been slow. Large phone companies...

Entertainment Wars

Movie review site Fandango was snapped up today by cable company Comcast with the ultimate goal for Comcast being increased web traffic and support for a new site Fancast.com devoted to allowing consumers to watch on demand content on a...

Arris

I recently touched base with my contacts over at Arris and asked what was up with the acquisition of Tandberg Television.   Jim Bauer, ARRIS VP Investor Relations said, "As discussed in our press release of March 8th, ARRIS has...

Verizon: ESPN Mobile

By now you may have heard about how ESPN will be offering video clips on Verizon’s VCast mobile network. ESPN made a go at being an MVNO but it just didn’t work out for the company. I think the deal...

IMS: Are We There Yet?

Here is my unedited Publisher’s Outlook for IMS Magazine for February 2007. I start this column thinking about the most recent TMC IMS Expo last week in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. The takeaway for me from this event is that the...

The State of US Broadband

A few of my friends have ordered FiOS from Verizon and they seem happy to have broadband access at speeds once unavailable from phone companies. The sad thing is that even though broadband speeds are increasing in the US the...

Early AT&T IPTV Complaints

A local paper here in Connecticut is critical of AT&T IPTV because the service is expensive and does not allow individual channels to be purchased. The author suggests the FCC or state step in to force the company to offer...

Communications in 2007

Any look at the future of any industry would not be complete without analysis of recent events. In the case of communications, 2006 seems like the transitional year of all time for a number of reasons. Next week, Jan 23-26...

FCC on Cable Competition

Greg’s update on the FCC and cable competition is certainly worth a read. This FCC ruling is good news is for the phone companies as they will have a standard set of nationwide rules to adhere to instead of...
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