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  • n. Plural form of headend.


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  • "We are able to design zones that make the most sense for each market, rather than being forced into zones based on network design parameters such as headends, and we have the ability to change the zones to meet market demands," Wilner said.

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  • They have broken ground with shared headends, brokered programming deals with multinational media conglomerates and field tested untried technology.

    Business Fast Facts: Wireless (U.S.) Carrier Net Subscribers by Quarter; Internet TV Innovators; « ResourceShelf

  • Operators who previously delivered individual infomercial channels from local headends, can now consolidate delivery of those channels to a regional fiber-fed facility greatly reducing operational costs.


  • The ATSC receiver was deployed at over 50% of the cable headends in the USA offering analog TV service, making it appear to the cable headend that it is still receiving off-air analog TV signals, when in fact the receiver is converting the off-air ATSC digital TV signals to the format suitable for viewing on legacy analog NTSC TV sets.

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  • Top-tier broadcasters and content providers of all sizes turn to GlobeCast for ingest, aggregation, transmission and repurposing of content for delivery to direct-to-home satellite platforms; cable, IPTV, mobile and broadband headends, as well as corporate and digital signage networks.

  • We started to distribute a 24-hour sports channel in High Definition providing access to nearly 8,000 cable headends, representing close to 90% of the American cable market.

  • Notter does not expect BigBand to see any significant business from Comcast in the near term, given the operator's focus on analog reclamation near-term, along with Comcast's selection of Harmonic and Arris for edge QAMs and the fact that most of its systems are Motorola headends while BigBand's historical strength is in Scientific Atlanta systems.

    Multichannel News: Cable Operators

  • VOD In a Box allows cable systems to accept programming from multiple sources via the CMC's VOD services platform without managing content or equipment at their local headends.

    Multichannel News: Cable Operators

  • To that end Comcast now supports Tru2way in almost 90% of its cable headends, and has supported the availability of Panasonic's tru2way-enabled HDTVs at retail outlets in Chicago,

    Multichannel News: Cable Operators

  • CommScope will focus a demonstration on designing cable headends for energy efficiency.

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