Time Warner

A global media conglomerate, Time Warner Inc. includes Internet services (AOL), record labels (Warner Music Group), print (Time Magazine), cable services (Time Warner Cable) and television distribution (Warner Bros.), among other things. Time Warner Cable is the second-largest cable operator in the country, and as of third quarter 2007, it had 1.9 million customers who subscribed to its triple-play service bundle, which includes digital cable, high-speed Internet and digital phone services.


Telecom Players Look to Save Massive Amounts of Energy

Attempting to cut operational expenditures, protect against looming energy scarcity, please subscribers and protect the environment. More >

Small Telcos’ Disconnect with the Connect America Fund

What is not as newsworthy is that many of the advances in telecommunications infrastructure are made – and always have been made – by smaller telephone companies, many of which are rural areas. More >

Some Fiber Deployments Slowed by Recession, Stimulus Bill

Experts say that the roll out of fiber in the United States has been affected in a variety of ways by the recession and the looming broadband stimulus program. They add that the impact has been More >

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The Maturation of the Video Business Continues

The world of video is moving to IP and the set-top boxes in subscribers’ homes are evolving to become gateways that control the entire premise. Jeff Heynen told IT Business Edge blogger Carl Weinschenk that subscribers are flowing from cable to telcos due to introductory offers from the latter.

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Standards Coming to M2M

Carl Weinschenk spoke with Cheryl Blum, the vice president of technology and standards for the Telecommunications Industry Association. Machine-to-machine (M2M) communications is as broad and More >

Customers Gain as the Cable/Telco Battle Moves Onward

Carl Weinschenk spoke with Ike Elliott, blogger and president of Practiq, a technology and telecom consultancy.   Weinschenk: What is the status of the cable/telco wars?Elliott: I'd say that More >

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