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Comcast  said this morning it would roll out its 50 Mbps wideband speed tier in Baltimore; Chicago; Atlanta; and Fort Wayne, Ind., in December, with the full rollout in the markets expected to be completed by the first half of 2009. These deployments complete Comcast’s stated […]

logoComcast  said this morning it would roll out its 50 Mbps wideband speed tier in Baltimore; Chicago; Atlanta; and Fort Wayne, Ind., in December, with the full rollout in the markets expected to be completed by the first half of 2009. These deployments complete Comcast’s stated plans at the beginning of the year to roll out DOCSIS 3.0 to 20 percent of its market — or about 10 million homes passed — by the end of December. The cable company said at the end of the third quarter that “hundreds” of people had signed up for the pricey service so far, but that was before Comcast launched several new markets in October. We’ll have to check back for takeup rates on wideband next year when Comcast reports fourth quarter numbers.

  1. [...] all-digital projects. He declined to break down the details of that spending, however. Comcast had upgraded 20 percent of its footprint to DOCSIS 3.0 at the end of 2008, and said on the call yesterday that it has installed DOCSIS 3.0 in 30 percent of its market. [...]

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  2. [...] Stacey Higginbotham | Thursday, April 9, 2009 | 5:00 PM PT | 0 comments Time Warner Cable, after bearing the hatred of the digerati, its customers and even the financial community for its attempts to meter broadband use, has released more information about its pricing plans. It also offered a teaser assuring the world that it plans to one day launch the super-fast DOCSIS 3.0 service that other cable providers are already deploying. [...]

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