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    Insights From Creating A Collaborative Workplace

    In 2013, CableLabs embarked on an ambitious project to re-imagine its Louisville, Colorado location into a work environment that better aligns with CableLabs’ growing innovative culture and strong sense of collaboration.

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    Healthcare and the Role of Cable

    Advances in nanotechnology, internet of things, 3d printing, personalized medicine, genomics, and big data are creating a convergence that will allow lower-cost, more effective, and more convenient medical practices to become the norm over the next few years.

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    CES 2015: Connecting Things

    This year, as last year, was all about the Internet of Things. This year, though, the technology has matured.

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    Over the past decade, advances in mobile technology have been growing by leaps and bounds. Almost every house has at least 5.7 data consuming devices…

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February 25, 2015

Insights From Creating A Collaborative Workplace

by Mitchell Ashley, Vice President, CableLabs — In 2013, CableLabs embarked on an ambitious project to re-imagine its Louisville, Colorado location into a work environment that better aligns with CableLabs’ growing innovative culture and strong sense of collaboration. Traditional high walled cubes and offices were no longer conducive to the level of interaction, flexibility, and innovation that CableLabs’ team members, projects, and visitors…

February 12, 2015

Healthcare and the Role of Cable

by Ken Fricklas, Director, CableLabs — Advances in nanotechnology, internet of things, 3D printing, personalized medicine, genomics, and big data are creating a convergence that will allow lower-cost, more effective, and more convenient medical practices to become the norm over the next few years. These advances will change the medical landscape significantly, and create…