Boxee, the New York- and Tel Aviv-based online DVR company, has reportedly found a buyer for its assets.
Westell Technologies has appointed Ben Stump as its senior vice president and chief technology officer. In his new role, Stump will oversee Westell's corporate strategy, product management, advanced technology, services, and marketing.
The Broadband Forum has released BroadbandSuite 6.2, a new initiative to establish fiber interoperability test plans for vendors and their service provider customers migrating to a GPON-based fiber to the premises network.
EarthLink has made the next move in the nationwide expansion of its cloud hosting platform by opening a data center in San Jose, Calif.
Huawei broke further away from the broadband CPE pack in Q1 2013 as revenues rose 26 percent, according to a new Infonetics report. Much of Huawei's broadband CPE revenue came from its service provider customers in China, Singapore and Malaysia.
The major phone companies are increasingly pulling fiber networks to cell towers, to provide backhaul services to the wireless carriers. As carriers offer faster wireless broadband access they need to move more bits--much of it video--around the broader network.
Consumer electronics companies and cable technology vendors are preparing devices and services for the cable industry that incorporate the features found in in streaming media devices like the Roku and Apple TV.
AT&T's latest business continuity study revealed that more business customers have developed a disaster recovery and business continuity plan that incorporates a mix of cloud and wireless services.
Cable technology vendors are increasingly touting their ability to integrate online video services like YouTube with traditional pay-TV programming.
Cisco Systems and Juniper Networks continued to lead the router market despite an industry-wide slowdown in the first quarter, according to a report from Dell'Oro Group.