Should cable companies turn to WiFi?

Cable companies should embrace wireless networks and push their content into a metro WiFi cloud, thereby serving users on a wider scale, according to Dave Park, vice president of wireless equipment vendor BelAir Networks. Cable companies also should feed content wirelessly to a multitude of devices outside the home, Park argued. However, there are many in the cable industry that eschew this approach; they argue it will not play in the uncontrolled world of WiFi. Feature

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