ZCorum's Blog | The Business of Broadband

What You Need to Know about the FCC’s Rural Broadband Experiments

August 5th, 2014|

Earlier this year the FCC entertained expressions of interest for Rural Broadband Experiments. The plan is to use Connect America Fund subsidies for last mile rural broadband projects in areas that are considered unserved […]

Ask a Broadband Expert – Leveraging Spectrum Capture Capabilities in CPE

July 15th, 2014|

Troubleshooting the downstream cable plant has always been a challenge because there are so many end-points to monitor. Traditionally this meant sending technicians out in the field with spectrum analyzers, or buying pricey network probes […]

Ask a Broadband Expert – DDoS Attacks

June 25th, 2014|

Mitigating DDoS Attacks with Ingress Filtering

Help I’m Under Attack! Unfortunately that plea is becoming more and more common these days. Here’s why, and some ways that the ISP community can help. All networks receive […]

What Does Bandwidth and The World Cup Have in Common?

June 12th, 2014|

Just in case you’re still asleep, the FIFA World Cup begins today in Brazil and for a month, sports fanatics get to bask in the glory of some of the world’s greatest athletes. Who’s […]

Looking to Stop Online Complaining from Your Customers? Here’s How.

June 5th, 2014|

If we all had perfect companies, we’d never hear of complaints, but in the broadband industry, of course no one’s perfect. We’ve all ran into customer service experiences that weren’t favorable that we had […]

ZCorum Takes a Dip into TV White Space – Part Two

May 30th, 2014|

Last month we started a series of articles on our initiative to test TV white space as a potential technology to deliver better broadband service at a more competitive price in hard-to-reach rural areas.  […]

The Road From ANGA COM 2014

May 27th, 2014|

The ZCorum team recently wrapped another successful exhibition at ANGA COM 2014 in Cologne, Germany. We exhibited in booth V14 and were able to make some great international connections. Positive feedback game in droves […]

FCC Net Neutrality Proposal: Fast Lanes or Fast Track to More Regulation

May 15th, 2014|

The FCC voted today to open for public comment potential new Net Neutrality rules. Initial comments will be accepted through July 15th, and from that point replies will be accepted through September 10th.

In reading the […]

Scott Helms to Discuss Remote Spectrum Analysis on Panel at The Cable Show

May 1st, 2014|

What’s on your agenda today while you’re attending NCTA’s The Cable Show out in Los Angeles at The LA Convention Center? Because cable is your business, you don’t want to miss ZCorum’s Vice President of Technology, Scott […]

ISPs Getting Ready as IPv4 Countdown Hits Final Phase

April 30th, 2014|

We’ve been hearing about the depletion of IPv4 addresses for years along with the impending doom it will bring. While it may seem like Chicken Little or The Boy Who Cried Wolf, there really is […]

What’s New: TruVizion Broadband Diagnostics

April 22nd, 2014|

If you’re a broadband operator that’s lucky enough to have access to our TruVizion broadband diagnostics software, you’re probably already familiar with the powerful features that it packs. Because network impairments can be annoying, being able to find […]

ZCorum Takes a Dip Into TV White Space

April 9th, 2014|

At ZCorum, we have a long history of helping providers bring quality Internet services to their communities, including those in more rural areas. While we work with providers of all sizes, we continue to […]