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Comcast has officially killed its $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable, prompting a satisfied nod of sorts from US regulator FCC which had its own concerns regarding its effect on online video development.

Comcast is planning to call off its $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable.

Liberty Global subsidiary Telenet Group has agreed to acquire BASE Company, the third largest mobile network operator in Belgium.

The US cable industry is looking to brand its next-gen, video-friendly broadband efforts and the community has agreed to adopt Gigasphere as the public name of this drive.

Increasing its presence across the Caribbean, comms titan Cable & Wireless Communications has completed its $1.85 billion acquisition of the total equity of digital cable TV and broadband provider Columbus International.

Argentina's co-operative Clyfer has completed the launch of its cable TV platform, premiered almost a year ago, and will extend the service to the whole of Rojas city, where it is now is available on a triple-play package.

Even though 2015 has to date been characterised by the rush to over-the-top (OTT) services, credit ratings and risk analysis firm Moody's is advising the smart money that sticking with cable is the right move.

Giving a welcome boost to the US cable industry, RDK Management is partnering with Metrological to build an app environment to create and test applications for devices based on its standard.