Properties June 2002
Hypergrowth & Broadband Properties
By H. Skip Weitzen, Hypergrowth Associates
The dream of amassing a great fortune quickly has been around
since the beginning of commerce. Even within the context of a
bursting Internet bubble and the collapse of the technology sector,
Hypergrowth companies have not been deterred or derailed from
driving value in today's marketplace.
Modems Update: The Next Generation and Beyond
Paul Lococo, Zeta Broadband
The next generation cable modems are preparing for voice over
Internet protocols as well as other exciting new features.
Fiber, Soar with Copper
Craig Bender, Tut Systems, Inc.
Can the existing copper telephone or cable infrastructure be reused,
or does fiber need to be trenched under ground or snaked through
Speed Internet - DSL - Hit or Myth?
By Ronald Noden, Glenhurst Consulting Group
Why is DSL taking so long for consumers to speed up?
of Content & Demand on Bandwidth Management: Addressing the
source of broadband's network capacity woes
By Bruce Bahlmann, Alopa Networks
One of the latest trends in the world of delivering broadband
data services involves managing bandwidth (or capacity).
Regulatory Developments For License-Exempt Spectrum
Robert D. Primosch, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP
There have been a series of recent developments at the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) that will affect the fortunes
of license-exempt providers for years to come.
By Bill Burhop, IMCC
IMCC Executive director provides his quarterly update on the Association's
latest news and activates.
By Robert L. Vogelsang
Why Do MDU Owners Need PCOs?
By Yvette Poole, 3 Plus, LLC
The answer is simple - competition. The private cable operator
(PCO) has stimulates competition among all of the cable operators
that serve a MDU company's portfolio.
Ensuring Changes in Regulations benefit Tenants, Owners and Operators
Gerard Lavery Lederer, Miller & Van Eaton
Regulatory issue management in MDU telecommunications has moved
beyond debate on forced access alone.
Competitive Update: The Five Critical Service Rules for Broadband
By Don Kent, eCablevision Consulting
There are only a few critical services rules that have the most
to do in separating the victorious from the companies that wither.
Moving Into the Right Neighborhood
By Bryan Rader, MediaWorks
On the way back from NCTA in New Orleans, I thought about what
a different world the franchise guys live in from the private
The Brave New Set-top Box World
By Jimmy Schaeffler, The Carmel Group
An awful lot of new interactive TV (iTV), enhanced TV (eTV) and
broadband offerings are being planned, developed and implemented,
which will change the face of TVs as we know them
The Battle for Broadband Residential Wiring: While Construction,
Management and Service Providers Battle Over Allocation of Costs,
Residents Make Do. . . Or Move Out
By Orrin Charm, InfiniSys
There is little doubt, especially among readers of this magazine,
that broadband communications networks are fundamental to 21st
Century daily living - both at work and at home.