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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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The report, "Broadband Bonanza: Worldwide Cable Modem Subscribers Approach 30 Million" (#IN030709MB), discusses the status of cable modem subscribers and services around the world.
Chapter Four Cable Modem Production by Regions By Technology By Applications
In concert with the Cisco CMTS platform, the Scientific Atlanta Wideband and Linksys cable modems take advantage of multiple downstream cable channels to increase overall data throughput.
The report, "Global Roll Up: Cable Video & High-Speed Data Subscribers" (#IN0502141MB), covers the markets for cable modem and digital cable TV video services.
In effect, cable modem service and digital cable video service is permitting the creation of a compelling service bundle that attracts new customers to cable TV services, while helping to keep existing customers from changing their service provider.
Toshiba America Information Systems, Network Products Division is a market leader for cable modem sales in North America.
We are delighted to be the first major cable modem vendor ever to achieve PacketCable certification, as well as have our 2.
5 billion in 2006, nearly twice the projected spending for cable modem.
0 and PacketCable awards, Microtune also supplied the RF technology to multiple cable modem manufacturers that achieved DOCSIS 1.