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BT-AcTS™ App Now Available

As part of the next generation ”Broadband Reference Guide”, Blonder Tongue brings you BT-AcTS™, a quick and easy way to find commonly used CATV and IPTV Acronyms, Terms and Symbols, which are further clarified in a series of “Alphabet Soup” training videos.

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AQT8 Series Video 1: QAM Only

A digital network solution great for capturing and distributing broadcast video content. Welcome to the AQT8 Series Video 1. This training video guides you on how to set up Blonder Tongue’s AQT8-QAM/IP unit. This product receives up to eight digital UHF/VHF over-the-air TV broadcasts and converts them to digital CATV QAM channels from 2 to 10

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AQT8 Series Video 1: QAM/IP

Welcome to the AQT8 Series Video 1. This training video shows you how to set up Blonder Tongue’s AQT8-QAM/IP unit but can also be used to set up the AQT8-IP. This product receives up to eight digital UHF/VHF over-the-air TV broadcasts and converts them to digital CATV QAM channels from 2 to 10 and IP. For our application in this video, we will focus on QAM

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Comcast Launches 4K

Following DirecTV’s move to roll out 4K in Nov, Comcast on Thurs launched its Xfinity 4K UltraHD On Demand app for 2014 Samsung 4K TVs.

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AT&T Launches New Tier

AT&T launched a 75 Mbps plan.

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CableLabs Update

Six tech companies have completed the 1st interoperability test of DOCSIS 3.1 products for a new generation of high-speed hardware that can offer up to 10 Gbps broadband speeds on HFC nets.

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People

NY-based Lightpath hired David Kniffin as svp and chief administration officer.

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Synacor Tackles Syndicated Content

Synacor is teaming with TV content site BuddyTV.

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New Cuba Policy

President Obama’s new Cuba policy could benefit the telecom sector as tech sales to the country would be allowed.

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Commerce Report: As Broadband Speeds Increase, Competition Suffers

Commerce Report suggests that broadband competition tapers as speeds increase.

Adobe Video Report

Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Samsung Galaxy are much more likely to be used to watch videos than other mobile devices, with 85% and 83% of all visits to media sites respectively resulting in a video view.
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