Cable Congress 2014 Addressed Changing Industry Dynamics, Highlights New Opportunities
Cable Congress 2014 concluded 3 days of dynamic discussions on the flourishing future of cable amid a changing competitive landscape. Cable’s infrastructure was widely acknowledged to be the industry’s most important asset – key to helping cable move into new growth areas, satisfy customer demand for bandwidth-consuming entertainment and communications services, enable new and innovative product platforms such as over-the-top, and drive further consolidation, including convergence with mobile.
Cable Europe’s Executive Chairman Matthias Kurth commented: “We’ve heard this week that infrastructure matters, and that cable needs to leverage its investments to drive growth in new areas as we increasingly move to converged services. At the same time, regulators need to ensure the industry can continue to consolidate so that cable’s investments and innovations can reach consumers on a larger scale.”
- #Cable prevails again according to @samknows study on Internet speeds #connectedcontinent http://t.co/NaKZit4MvV
26 Mar 2014, 16:47:15 +0000
- @CoraltreeInfo So did we! Did you go to the gala party? We hope to see you next year in Brussels. Enjoy your weekend #cablecongress
22 Mar 2014, 14:10:50 +0000