John Kendall

John Kendall

John Kendall is a senior analyst within the Consumer Electronics group. Building on his history of research in digital television, IP video distribution, set-top boxes, and TV technology, John is involved in researching the worldwide markets for home networking, broadband consumer premise devices and smart home technology. This includes last mile technology, modems, EMTAs, gateways, home networks, and WiFi specifications as they relate to telco, cable, and alternate delivery platforms, and the home automation and smart home devices that are addressible and reached in operator's footprint.

John holds a BA in English and History from the University of Texas at Austin.


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Comcast stake claim to home network with Wi-Fi annoucement

Beginning January 2017, US-based Comcast will launch a new Connected Home platform that will automatically enable 10 million eligible Xfinity internet subscribers to utilize their whole-home solution, which the cable provider expects to grow to 15 million customers by year end.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices
Broadband Aggregation Equipment Market Tracker - Regions, Countries - Q4 2016

The Broadband Aggregation Equipment Market Tracker provides accurate data and analyses—including market size, vendor market share, forecasts, and market trends—to help clients make better business decisions in the PON, FTTH, and DSL aggregation equipment market.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Mobile & Telecom
Cable Broadband Hardware Market Tracker - Regional - Q4 2016

The Cable Broadband Hardware Market Tracker provides accurate data and analyses—including market size, vendor market share, forecasts, and market trends—to help clients make better business decisions in the CCAP, CMTS, and edge QAM equipment market. Reports are delivered ~55 days after each quarter

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Mobile & Telecom
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