Thursday, January 25, 2007

Cable companies face bandwidth crunch

Cable providers, reluctant to admit their coaxial-based systems that formerly carried only analog television programming, are getting maxed out with the flood of digital and high def TV signals, high speed Internet and most recently, digital telephone service as part of their so-called "triple play" bundles. They're looking for ways to expand their carrying capacity, including following telcos such as Verizon and moving to fiber optic cable. Read about it in Light Reading's Cable Digital News.

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