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U.S. court to hear lawsuits over ‘net neutrality’ in December

(Reuters) – A U.S. appeals court will hear oral arguments on Dec. 4 in lawsuits that challenge the Federal Communications Commission’s “net neutrality” rules, which prevent broadband providers from blocking or slowing Internet traffic, the court said on Monday. USTelecom, a trade group for broadband providers, and other opponents of the rules sued the FCC […]

Verizon Deal With HBO: Another Reason to Cut Cable

Mel Evans/AP By Krystal Steinmetz Verizon's 100 million broadband customers now have the option to sign up for HBO Now, the premium network's stand-alone streaming service. The new partnership is providing some consumers with an attractive...Show More Summary

Teleste Acquires Mitron

Teleste, the international technology group, has acquired Mitron. Mitron will continue its activities as an independent company as part of the video surveillance business unit within Teleste's Video and Broadband Solutions Business Area and with its …

Polarcus Secures New Contract

Polarcus Limited sign a new contract with an unnamed client in terms of a marine 3D seismic project where Polarcus' Right Band technique used  for broadband data acquisition.

NBN to double construction workforce

Company building the National Broadband Network launches a $40 million program to boost total construction workforce to 9000.

I finally kicked cable TV to the curb

Cutting the cord in a town with a broadband monopoly is not easy.

Everyone Hates Their Cable Company. Can New Tech Provide Competition?

Why is broadband access so uncompetitive? Why do most markets have so few choices?

IoT to generate massive data, help grow biz revenue

Fueled by increasing broadband adoption and access speeds, Internet of Things (IoT) will churn more than 20 zettabytes, or 20 trillion gigabytes, of data by 2025.Growing multi-device ownership also has been identified as a key driver of IoT and cloud adoption, according to research from Seagate Technology. The storage vendor said broadband speeds in the […]

HBO Now comes to Verizon's internet customers

Cablevision isn't the only big US internet provider offering HBO Now -- Verizon is also joining the fray. Anyone with broadband on Big Red can now use their existing account to sign up for the cord cutter service, complete with the usual 30-day trial run and $15 per month subscription. Show More Summary

Verizon Internet Customers Can Subscribe to HBO Now

The Web-only HBO Now service is available to Verizon's standalone broadband customers for $15 per month.

Verizon to Offer HBO Now to Wireless Customers

Verizon and HBO today announced the immediate availability of HBO Now to Verizon's internet and TV customers. Subscribers to Verizon's FiOS broadband and television services can trial HBO Now for free for 30 days, after which it will cost $15 per month. Show More Summary

Congress Holds The Key To More Broadband Competition

Are we getting enough broadband competition? And if not, where should we look for a new Internet access provider to keep broadband prices in check and to spur incumbents to increase speeds?  The answer may be staring you in the face... assuming you are reading this from a [...]

Verizon Broadband Customers Can Subscribe To HBO Now From Today

Earlier this year HBO announced that it will be offering standalone online streaming subscription for its channel and library of VOD content, the service is called HBO Now and it was launched as an Apple exclusive initially. Since then...Show More Summary

New York City Fiber Optic Smackdown: Verizon & the USTA vs the City of N.Y.

Enlightening Summer Reading: "The Book of Broken Promises; $400 Billion Broadband Scandal & Free the Net" This is Part 2: Click for Part 1. In Part 1 we discussed Verizon's plan to go all-wireless-only and suggested that the reader might...Show More Summary

G.fast, VDSL gain market share in broadband CPE market, says research firm

Driven by deployments in China, North America and EMEA, a new report from IHS Infonetics revealed that DOCSIS 3.1 and G.fast will drive momentum to the cable and DSL CPE market segments.

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