I spend a lot of time talking to integrators and hotel owners discussing the subject of utilising their existing coax cabling. To many this is a totally new concept, that coax can be more than just delivering TV pictures, but... Continue Reading →
Many organisations have optimised their processes in an effort to find new customers. But as markets reach a mature state, customer retention becomes a pivotal strategic challenge for such organisations. Churn is commonly defined as the actions whereby customers discard... Continue Reading →
Many care, yet only few require - although everybody should rememBER. Cable TV industry talks about DOCSIS 3.1. It brings salvation, has an extremely effective forward error correction and supports 4k QAM. Funnily enough, as always, the devil is in... Continue Reading →
Today, DOCSIS is the most widely used high-speed broadband technology. The triumph continues when operators are capable of using DOCSIS 3.1 on a larger scale. This requires upgrading of network infrastructures including active and passive HFC products. Many operators trusted... Continue Reading →
Global IP traffic has been experiencing an era of intensive growth, which is expected to continue strongly in the next coming years. The development is highly driven by IP video consumption, resulting in an enormous increase in demand for network capacity. Fortunately, cable operators are in an excellent position to meet the demand in a cost-efficient and competitive manner.