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What Does 4K TV Mean for Cable?
By Incognito on February 25, 2014

In very simple terms, 4K TV, also known as Ultra HD, delivers the resolution of 4 HD (1080p) TVs on a single screen. All content will be delivered over IP.

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Network Down? Don’t Forget the Angry Subscribers
By Incognito on January 28, 2014

Provide Timely Updates Take steps to continually update subscribers on the progress. Restoring service is the goal but the more information that you can provide, the better. This will help...

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Predictions for 2014
By Incognito on January 7, 2014

HOT DOCSIS 3.1 We’ve already heard a lot about what to expect from this next-generation cable technology, with promises of data speeds of up to 10 gigabits per second. The introduction of...

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2013: Year in Review
By Incognito on December 17, 2013

To a degree, yes — but several other issues also deserve honourable mentions. Let’s start with TR-069. This protocol is instrumental for providers exploring connected home services. The...

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Fighting for HDMI 1
By Incognito on November 22, 2013

This is a handy feature for gamers who want to be on top of their profiles. But for service providers, this piggybacking could open up another front in the war for the HDMI 1, which is the...

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Looking for Best Practice Tips?
By Incognito on November 12, 2013

With this in mind, earlier this year we launched a new section on our website designed to provide you with more technical tips, step-by-step guides, and useful tidbits about Incognito...

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The Future of the Connected Home
By Incognito on November 6, 2013

While it’s clear that increased video streaming is already affecting service providers, in the future, the connected home will create further issues. It won’t be long until it’s normal for...

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Beyond the Set-top Box
By Incognito on October 8, 2013

Today, flat screens come with two or more HDMI inputs — the industry’s response to the growing number of HDMI-enabled devices and HD content proliferating the market. This is certainly a...

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Web Applications: Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen? Part 2.
By Incognito on September 26, 2013

Now that the roles have been established, we can assign tasks. For the Backend, the tasks are relatively simple to summarize and are (nearly) universally accepted: Databases store...

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Web Applications: Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen? Part 1.
By Incognito on September 24, 2013

Before I begin, here is a bit of background for those unfamiliar with web applications. Web applications consist of three basic components:

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