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cable modem

n.
A modem that transmits and receives data over the coaxial cables that are used for cable TV.
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Despite the growing number of worldwide cable modem subscribers, DSL is the broadband connection of choice everywhere in the world except the U.
The PCX4500 Wireless Cable Modem Gateway is Toshiba DSD's first home networking solution to contain an 802.
With demand for high-speed Internet access increasing, many of the world's leading cable TV operators have invested heavily to upgrade their cable infrastructure in order to provide cable modem services," said Mike Paxton, a senior analyst with In-Stat/MDR.
This next generation of cable modem technology will give us the ability to offer our consumer and business customers a whole new spectrum of advanced IP based cable services such as dedicated bandwidth, guaranteed levels of services, peer-to-peer communications and video conferencing applications, said Michael D'Avella, Senior Vice President, Planning for Shaw Communications.
with the new EZ Connect(TM) Wireless Cable Modem Router,
X-Ray provides cable operators with detailed information about the location, configuration, QoS settings and network performance of any cable modem on their network, and is differentiated by the integration of the following information into a single solution:
Jungo's OpenRG software is embedded into Toshiba's PCX4500 Wireless Cable Modem Router, a CableHome-based, DOCSIS(R)-certified cable modem with an internal 802.
The Global Cable Modem Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global cable modem industry.
Gartner Dataquest projects continued high growth in worldwide cable modem shipments during the next five years, with the potential to reach annual shipments of nearly 30 million units by the end of 2004, according to Patti Reali, senior analyst for Dataquest.