Broadband Communities

OCT 2015

BROADBAND COMMUNITIES is the leading source of information on digital and broadband technologies for buildings and communities. Our editorial aims to accelerate the deployment of Fiber-To-The-Home and Fiber-To-The-Premises.

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54 | BROADBAND COMMUNITIES | | OCTOBER 2015 MDU REPORT data and video communications with advanced FTTx, xDSL and home networking technologies. The Broadband Group Te Broadband Group, a technology and telecommunications consulting frm, develops plans, specifcations and deployment strategies for master-planned communities, municipalities, service providers, health care providers and anchor institutions that want to deliver next-generation broadband services. Time Warner Cable, TWC Community Solutions; As the second-largest cable company in the U.S., Time Warner Cable has 15.5 million customers. Services include residential high-speed data, wireless home networking, digital phone, video on demand and more. Time Warner Cable Community Solutions works with property managers, owners and developers to deliver services in MDUs. Toner Cable Tis distributor of cable television equipment for all types of TV signal distribution systems stocks products from nearly 100 manufacturers. Digital and RF signal distribution, drops, and prepackaged headends are among Toner Cable's specialties. Verizon Communications, Verizon Enhanced Communities; Verizon has the largest U.S. wireless network and the second- largest wireline network. Verizon Enhanced Communities signs access, service and marketing agreements for FiOS – Verizon's suite of fber optic services – with owners and developers of multifamily residential, multitenant and mixed- use communities. ViewTEQ ViewTEQ manufactures and sells equipment for cable TV operators, including headends, distribution equipment, test equipment and drop materials. Walker and Associates Walker and Associates is a distributor of telecommunications products for operators of fber, copper and wireless networks, simplifying network deployments with installation, systems integration and sourcing services. Wave Broadband, Wave G Wave G – formerly CondoInternet and now a division of Wave Broadband – ofers gigabit Internet service to condo and apartment buildings in cities in California, Washington and Oregon. Windstream Windstream Communications provides high-speed broadband Internet, phone service and digital TV to about 3 million customers in the eastern half of the United States. Tough primarily a rural provider, it targets MDU communities with VDSL2 and FTTH services. Worth Telecom Worth Telecom helps property owners maximize ancillary revenues by managing traditional telecom service agreements as well as cellular rooftop and tower rights. Te properties it represents total more than 1 million units. WOW! WOW! is a competitive provider of residential and commercial high-speed Internet, cable television and telephone services, with service areas primarily in the southeastern and midwestern states. ZCorum ZCorum provides ISPs with managed broadband services that include network engineering, monitoring, provisioning, policy enforcement and more, along with diagnostics, customer care, hardware selection advice and marketing services. ZeeVee ZeeVee digital video distribution products enable the sharing of HD and SD content at an unlimited number of displays, using either RF over existing coaxial cabling or video over IP solutions. Zhone Technologies Zhone develops carrier-grade broadband solutions designed to ensure that bandwidth will never be a constraint. Its access equipment supports FTTH, Passive Optical LAN, and VDSL networks. v

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