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Often, the best way to find a system operator is through an existing computer bulletin board.
For the past year, Macrovision has been working on a multifaceted licensing program to make it easy for set-top decoder manufacturers such as Scientific Atlanta and system operators such as Time Warner Cable to incorporate Macrovision's proprietary technology in their hardware and video-on-demand (VOD) networks.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Multiband Corporation, (NASDAQ: MBND), a leading provider of video, data, and voice systems and services to multiple dwelling units, announced today that it has entered into a distribution agreement with Hoteleguide to provide channel guide services through its national system operator program.
The issuance of this RFI reflects the importance that the cable television system operators throughout the world place in getting accurate product development and availability information on DOCSIS 3.
VCAS for DVB enables system operators to combine standards-based DVB technology for broadcast distribution with the interactivity of IPTV systems using a single robust security solution.
Within 30 minutes of being notified by ISO-NE, EnerNOC dispatched a 200 megawatt (MW) Negawatt Network in New England, while simultaneously supplying the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) critical peak capacity.
The NYISO's Demand Response customers, however, helped keep the statewide electricity load from climbing even higher by curtailing afternoon usage today, said officials from the New York Independent System Operator (NYISO), which manages the state's high-voltage electricity system and operates the state's wholesale electricity markets.
Arcwave's products enable domestic and international multiple system operators (MSOs) to leverage the latest wireless technologies to extend the reach of their existing services and to increase service offerings within their current plant and operating infrastructure.