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cable modem

An internet modem that communicates over the television cable, which can allow a continuously “live” Internet connection and transfer rates of ± 1.5 Mbps
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In addition to taking first place for overall service, EarthLink Cable Internet was number one for spam blocking among cable Internet providers, and e-mail where it shared top ranking with EarthLink DSL, EarthLink Dial Up and Roadrunner.
net will provide high-speed cable Internet service via the AT&T Broadband Internet-ready footprint in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine.
Videotron is a leader in new technologies with its illico interactive television system and its broadband network, which supports high-speed cable Internet access, analog and digital cable television, and other services.
In addition, AT&T Broadband's cable Internet service provides a customizable browser, 24-hour unlimited use for a flat monthly fee, multiple email accounts, personal Web Space, 24/7 technical support, search and navigation tools, chat and newsgroup access, personal firewall protection, and the ability to connect up to five computers to a single modem.
How comforting to know the companies fighting for a piece of the city's very rich cable Internet market are on friendly terms with council President John Ferraro and council members Mike Feuer, Mark Ridley-Thomas, Ruth Galanter, Mike Hernandez, Joel Wachs, Laura Chick, Nate Holden, Rudy Svorinich Jr.
AT&T Broadband and Excite@Home have reached a pact that allows AT&T Broadband to resume deploying high-speed cable Internet service to new customers.
The companies fighting for a piece of the city's lucrative cable Internet market contributed more than $106,000 to elected officials and spent $510,000 on lobbyists over the past months, according to a city Ethics Commission report issued Thursday.
According to AT&T Broadband, fathers between the ages of 40 and 52 are buying high-speed cable Internet services for their families more than any other customer.
Mayor Richard Riordan has recused himself Thursday from debate on which companies can cash in on cable Internet access, saying his wife's shares in America Online represent a potential conflict of interest.