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Wi-Fi vs EU LBT: Houston, we have a problem

November 17, 2014

By Joey Padden, Lead Architect, CableLabs — Licensed Assisted Access using LTE is the nascent LTE tech that puts cellular signals into the unlicensed spectrum. It goes by LAA-LTE or LTE-U for short. By all accounts the blitz is on to push this new tech into the field as fast as possible. NTT DoCoMo and […]

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CableLabs Builds Its Presence in Silicon Valley

November 10, 2014

By Ben Lusz, Corporate Events Producer, CableLabs — Over the past twenty-five years, CableLabs has acted as a hub for an ever-growing network of cable-related innovation. A year ago we opened CableLabs’ new Sunnyvale office in the heart of Silicon Valley. The new office is designed to provide lab facilities, and more importantly a strategically […]

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Optimizing & Monetizing Wi-Fi Networks

October 23, 2014

By Justin Colwell, VP of Network Technologies, CableLabs – The cable industry’s network has an opportunity to go beyond the home and enterprise to become a platform for a truly mobile service. Areas where CableLabs is focusing to optimize and standardize Cable Wi-Fi networks are discussed in my recent video interview with Alan Breznick of […]

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Cable in the Internet of Things

October 8, 2014

By Clarke Stevens, Principal Architect, CableLabs –  It seems there’s only one thing everyone can agree upon about the Internet of Things – it includes the Internet and connected “things.” There are numerous standards and products that define specific areas within the Internet of Things (home automation, instrumented factories, and connected parking to name a […]

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CableLabs Founding Member of Open Platform for Network Function Virtualization

September 30, 2014

By Don Clarke, Principal Architect, CableLabs – Almost exactly two years after a group of 13 network operators launched Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) onto the world stage, there is now another seismic industry shift taking place towards using open source software for networks. Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV), which launched today, is a new open […]

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Community Wi-Fi – A Primer

September 11, 2014

By Vivek Ganti, Architect, CableLabs –  When walking through a typical residential neighborhood today, all Wi-Fi access points in range are almost always locked, preventing access to anyone but the owner. Although subscribers pay for a certain high-speed broadband connection, bandwidth caps are not reached most of the time. An opportunity exists to optimize bandwidth […]

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CableLabs Technology Adopted by China’s Cable Operators (C-DOCSIS)

September 4, 2014

By Karthik Sundaresan, Principal Architect, CableLabs – DOCSIS® continues to prove its strength, longevity, and relevance as a worldwide access network technology. Last week, CableLabs issued the C-DOCSIS System Specification, completing the suite of specifications known as C-DOCSIS. Cable companies in China are choosing DOCSIS as one of the technologies for offering High-Speed Data and […]

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Progress in the First Year of the STB Voluntary Agreement

August 28, 2014

    By Debbie Fitzgerald, Director, CableLabs –  Back at the beginning of this year, I blogged about the historic STB Energy Efficiency Voluntary Agreement. Today, the signatories of VA announced the release of their first annual report, and they are already making significant progress. CableLabs is proud to be a part of this important […]

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