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Arris sells DSR-7400 transcoder satellite receiver to HBO, announces new line of Surfboard products

LAS VEGAS — Announcing an array of new products and deals at this week's NAB show, Arris said it has reached a deal with HBO to provide its DSR-7400 transcoder satellite receiver.

Arris touts cloud video chops on Weather Channel's Sling TV integration

With pay-TV consolidation hitting Arris' bottom line hard in recent quarters, the top industry vendor is eager to shine the light on emerging business areas.

Arris handling modem DNS issue with firmware update

Arris said it's addressing a vulnerability in its SurfBoard 6141 DOCSIS 3.0 modems with a firmware update.

Arris 'home of the future' presentation ends illusion of monastic broadband existence

Living near Downtown Los Angeles, I've learned to live like a monk as far as data speeds are concerned. I've steadfastly resisted Time Warner Cable, leaving me to make due to with the 6 Mbps offered through AT&T U-verse DSL. Simply put, there are just not a lot of great ISP options yet.

Cable broadband spending dropped 3% last year despite steep increase in shipments, SNL Kagan said

Despite a 41 percent increase in shipments of downstream network equipment, total spending on broadband infrastructure by cable operators dropped 3 percent to $1.74 billion in 2015, according to SNL Kagan.

Altice to deploy Arris E6000 edge router in France, expand use for Suddenlink

Arris said that Altice NV has deployed its DOCSIS 3.1-enabling E6000 converged cable access platform (CCAP) within its SFR unit in France.

OTT video devices will drive up set-top market beyond $25B by 2022, says research firm

As the global pay-TV market changes the definition of what a set-top is, Grand View Research forecasts that the worldwide set-top market will reach $25.5 billion by 2022.

Arris to lay off 10% of its staff in its latest post-merger purge

Arris has confirmed that it will lay off approximately 10 percent of its global workforce, or about 800 staffers.

Arris says its E6000 converged edge router is being used in Comcast DOCSIS 3.1 deployment

Perhaps eager to divert the attention of investors from the sagging CPE portion of its business, Arris has announced that its E6000 converged edge router is part of Comcast's ongoing deployment of DOCSIS 3.1-powered gigabit-speed networks.

AT&T's U-verse to DirecTV migration drives Arris' Q4 revenue decline

As AT&T looks to migrate its existing and emerging video base off its IP-based U-verse platform onto DirecTV, it is having a direct impact on suppliers like Arris, which reported that its fourth quarter 2015 revenue declined 12.7 percent to $1.1 billion.