In this Report, we bring you three concrete examples of how cable services are helping organizations meet their challenges and improve their operations — often at a lower cost than if those organizations had opted for a telecommunications solution. ...More
The demands have included requests for free backbone interconnection, sharing of advertising technology developed by Comcast, and renegotiation of program carriage arrangements, Comcast told the Federal Communications Commission this week in a filing. ...More
Revenue is expected to shift up until 2016, when one in four partners expects cable to bring in more than 30 percent of revenue, according to the fourth annual Channel Partners survey, "Cablecos & The Channel: State of the Market 2014," published in July. ...More
September 5, 2014 By Khali HendersonPosted in Articles
Atlanta-based Cox, the cable operator offering services in 22 states, is accused of infringing on eight AT&T patents that all “relate to systems and methods for improving the quality and reducing the cost of telecommunications network services." ...More
Verizon, AT&T, CenturyLink, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox and Charter were evaluated in three segments – large enterprise, SMB and very small business – to see how the companies stack up in wireline satisfaction. ...More
Estimating the total cost of using a cloud infrastructure service is tricky. Channel Partners' Craig Galbraith looks at the components that will make up your bill for Amazon Web Services — the most commonly used IaaS product.