Cable Internet

Tired of paying for tiers of cable channels that seem to cost more every month? Lots of cable subscribers have figured out that they can “cut the cord” and stream programming over the Internet using a media player like Roku … Continue reading

Last October we presented an article on channel bonding (CB), covering a variety of technologies. Today we’ll look more into depth at DOCSIS 3.0 or D3 channel bonding—CB for data delivered via coax to a cable modem (CM). If you’re … Continue reading

If you’re reading this you almost certainly have Internet and/or cable programming. To use these services a DOCSIS or DSL modem is needed. Many of you no doubt pay a monthly rental fee to your provider for a modem. If … Continue reading

New Wine Into Old Wineskins? The latest version of Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification, DOCSIS 3.1 is the cable industry’s latest strategy to transform the venerable coaxial cable into a medium that approaches the data capacity and transmission speeds … Continue reading

Cox Communications is another option for high speed Internet access, digital television, and voice services.  The company started out in 1998 as Cox Cable and then branched out to Cox Communications which is now the third largest provider of cable … Continue reading

If you are exploring different options for high speed Internet access one of the major cable companies is Time Warner.  Currently it is one of the largest cable and Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in the United States and offers high … Continue reading

If you are unfamiliar with Optimum Online, it is an Internet access service provided by Cablevision which provides digital television and voice services in addition to high speed Internet services.  Cablevision has been existence since the 1970s and got its … Continue reading

When you try to determine whether you should use a DSL or cable Internet connection you will find a lot of debate that surrounds these two types of Internet access.  Which one is better?  Which one is faster?  What is … Continue reading

Updated: 22 December, 2014 Fiber optic and cable Internet are the two main technologies that are used to establish a high speed Internet connection. But, what is the difference between these two types of connections? Current and emerging technologies require … Continue reading

Many people use cable Internet due to its high speed capability which is typically faster than a Digital Subscriber Line although some may argue this point. Cable Internet also tends to be more commonly available than DSL. If you are … Continue reading

Broadband and DSL are often confused with one another since they both provide a high speed Internet connection that is faster than dial-up which is limited to 56Kbps.  However, there are differences between a cable connection and a DSL connection … Continue reading

Due to the increase in multimedia and communications applications many people are opting to obtain a high speed broadband Internet connection.  One of the ways to achieve this type of connection is through cable, and although it is a very … Continue reading

A cable modem is a device with two connections that assists with connecting your PC to your cable television line for the purpose of gaining broadband Internet access. It does not involve the use of a telephone line and works … Continue reading

Cable Internet is delivered to your residence via your cable television line. It provides a high speed Internet connection and is frequently known as an Internet service that is “always on” because as long as your computer is on, you … Continue reading