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In a move that it says literally adds Oomph to its service packages, UK cable provider Virgin Media is enabling new and existing customers to be able to take its M500 Fibre broadband across all bundle tiers.
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Japan's largest cable TV operator serving more than 5.5 million subscribers, Jupiter Telecommunications (J:COM) has expanded its partnership with smart home services provider Plume, where J:COM will distribute the latter’s platform to local cable operators.

Independent video software provider Synamedia has secured a multi-year contract with Vodafone Group to enable it to deliver on its vision of a unified global cloud TV platform running on next-generation Gigabit infrastructure.
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Just like other major operators around the world, leading US cable network provider Comcast is facing what it calls unmatched traffic and applications usage on the home networks that it supports but has like its peers emphasised that its infrastructure can cope with demand.
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Boosting its offer for those spending much more time at home, UK cableco Virgin Media has sealed a first-time deal with NBCUniversal to allow customers to watch a range of the studio’s new releases on the same day they are intended to hit cinemas.

After seeing key subsidiaries such Virgin Media and Com Hem clock up success with the SVOD leader, Liberty Global has inked a multi-year deal with Netflix to offer the service to 11 million of its video customers in Europe.

Canadian provider Westman Communications Group has expanded its broadband capacity using Harmonic's CableOS virtualised cable access solution in a distributed access architecture (DAA) with Harmonic's Remote PHY (R-PHY) nodes.

Football fans in the UK have been eagerly anticipating Amazon’s arrival in the Premier League TV stakes and the ecommerce giant has just revealed that it will lean on its cable partner Virgin Media to show its upcoming slate of games.