Motorola has launched the AGB240 ASI to Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) Bridge, a solution that will enable service providers to migrate legacy ASI video equipment to Internet Protocol (IP) networks in headend environments.?

“With the rising consumer demand for high-bandwidth video content, many service providers are reaping the benefits of an all-IP infrastructure, gaining more flexibility and reliability in their networks. As a result, operators are migrating their legacy ASI video interfaces to GigE IP transport networks to simplify their headend architectures,” said Bob Wilson, VP, networked video solutions group, Motorola, in a statement.

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Verizon, NYC Reach Settlement

Verizon has an agreement with New York City that settles proceedings against it after the city claimed it had failed to meet buildout terms for its Fios network under its cable franchise agreement.

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