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VSG: Comcast, Level 3's impending purchases will alter Ethernet landscape

When Comcast and Level 3 complete their pending acquisitions of Time Warner Cable and TW Telecom, they will immediately change the state of the U.S. Ethernet services market, reports Vertical Systems Group in its Mid-2014 U.S. Carrier Ethernet Leaderboard.

Comcast Business, Time Warner Cable become a bigger factor in the Ethernet race, says VSG

Comcast Business and Time Warner Cable continue to make a name for themselves in the medium-sized business market selling Ethernet services, according to Vertical Systems Group's latest U.S. Ethernet Leaderboard.  

Spotlight: Time Warner VoIP customers suffer nation-wide outages

National outages affected Time Warner Cable VoIP customers on Monday,  Broadband DSL Reports  is reporting.

Time Warner adding out-of-home capabilities to streaming video apps

Time Warner Cable is working to add out-of-home viewing options to its TWC TV streaming video applications. The apps, available for devices running Apple's iOS and Google's Android, currently limit streaming to Time Warner subscribers' in-home Wi-Fi connection.

Are cablecos leveraging big data better than telcos?

These companies are using big data to compete, but not directly just yet. They are using big data to make them better companies with more innovative products and better performance. And that's a good start.

Time Warner adds on-demand movies, TV to iOS streaming app

Time Warner Cable is rolling out an updated version of its TWC TV streaming video application for Apple's iOS, adding support for on-demand movies and television programming.

Rough week for Clearwire takes toll on stock price

It's been a rough week for wireless broadband provider Clearwire, and it's only Wednesday.

Viacom, Time Warner call truce on mobile streaming battle

Viacom has reached an agreement with Time Warner Cable enabling subscribers to view live content from cable networks like MTV and Comedy Central across mobile devices including Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL)

Cable looks to take piece of telehealth market controlled by telcos

Cable companies have, so far, outdone telecoms in the drive to get broadband into homes. In the process, they have managed to take a huge chunk of phone business, in the form of VoIP, away from the

Cable's broadband-only idea builds on VoIP success

Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) CEO Glenn Britt admitted last week at an investor conference that the cable TV giant is seeing demand to offer a standalone broadband Internet service plan that does not