5 reasons cable operators are building public Wi-Fi networks

It's no secret that cable companies in various countries are making a serious investment in public Wi-Fi networks. But why are these cable companies investing in Wi-Fi technology? And will this latest attempt by the cable industry to get into wireless grow into a success, unlike past attempts like Pivot in the U.S.?

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Why U.S. cable operators are building public Wi-Fi networks

"The cable operators for obvious reasons are diligent about quad play and they want to make sure that when demand for a quad play really emerges, they'll be in the right place at the right time with the right facilities," said Craig Moffett, senior analyst at MoffettNathanson Research.

These are the questions FierceWirelessTech Editor Tammy Parker is tackling in this latest special report.

 

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