AT&T’s Networking Automation Project Is Now Open Source

AT&T’s ECOMP software will serve as the foundation to the open source group in network virtualization. This has prompted the Linux Foundation to launch an open networking automation initiative to support AT&T’s open source project. ECOMP stands for “enhanced control, orchestration and policy.” This software serves as the key structure for the open networking automation […]

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CBS Might Be Available To DirecTV Now Subscribers In The Near Future

At the UBS Global Media and Communications conference, CBS CEO Les Moonves said, “I’m assuming we’ll be able to make a deal with them.” He was commenting on the recently released online streaming platform, DirecTV Now. “As they said in The Godfather, ‘We are not unreasonable people here’,“ he added. AT&T’s DirecTV Now was highly […]

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Sling TV Viewers Preferred To Watch The Debate Between Presidential Candidates Instead Of Football

Two major television events were available to the subscribers on Sling TV last Monday. The first was a debate between the Presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, whereas the second event was a long awaited football game between the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints. Interestingly, the latest update from one of the internet-only […]

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Television Networks Plan To Offer Increased On-Demand Access To Subscribers

Television networks and some of the major satellite networks suffered a huge loss of subscribers during the second quarter of 2016. This has urged the major providers to offer more on-demand access to their subscribers. Satellite providers believe that this new offer will minimize the “cord-cutting” process. Subscribers have been opting for streaming services instead […]

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