Our top stories this week mostly reflect significant movement within the cabling market -- with one notable exception, where a truck full of AT&T workers had their tires shot out from under them by a maniacal homeowner at a jobsite in Florida...
The company’s chairman said he expects the cable industry to consolidate.
The "North American Premise Cable Market Report," published by Allied Market Research, states that the North American market is estimated to reach $248 million by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 16.9% from 2016 to 2022.
Cellphone video captures the gun-toting homeowner as he circled the trucks and opened fire.
Houston-based wireless infrastructure provider Crown Castle International Corp. will acquire Massachusetts-based LTS Group Holdings LLC — which goes by Lightower — from Boston-based Berkshire Partners, North Carolina-based Pamlico Capital and other investors for about $7.1 billion in cash.
By JOSH TAYLOR, CABLExpress -- Data centers are experiencing the most significant change in cabling infrastructure since the introduction of fiber-optic cabling. No longer is it a question of if data centers will migrate to 40/100G Ethernet, but when.
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