cable Internet


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal.

cable Internet

Internet access from the cable TV companies. The coaxial cable coming into the home or building is split into one line for the cable modem and the other for the TV set-top box. See cable modem.


References in periodicals archive ?
In addition to ultra-fast cable Internet and AC WiFi speeds, the AC1600 WiFi Cable Modem Router offers two Gigabit Ethernet ports with auto-sensing technology so you can also benefit from the fastest wired speeds to connect your desktop computer and other devices such as network storage, while still enjoying the freedom of wireless connections for mobile devices such as tablets, laptops, and smartphones.
If you're looking to start your own ISP or expand your existing ISP you can learn more about Telekomet's Private Label Wholesale DSL and Private Label Cable Internet for resellers by visiting http://telekomet.com/privatelabel/.
The cost of basic cable and DSL services, on the other hand, run almost the same: between $50 and $90 per month for cable Internet service and between $40 and $70 per month for DSL.
About half her firm's professionals have laptops, so the creation of a WAN lets them take the equipment home and connect into the firm's main computer via cable Internet access.
it can be deployed into any home environment with DSL or cable Internet access.
He has served as a good test case because he has been using both new and old equipment and, since DSL and cable Internet access are nor yet available in his area, he uses a slower modem to access the web site.
The S-box security appliance will run the Check Point-based Safe@Home software and can be deployed into any home environment with DSL or cable Internet access.
research and business consulting group said cable Internet penetration will increase to 14% in 2005 from 1.4% as of the end of 2000 but the number of ISDN users will fall moderately after peaking in 2003 to stay at the 7% level over the next five years.
The Los Angeles City Council recently adopted a resolution pertaining to access to broadband cable Internet access facilities.
CAIS Software Solutions, in partnership with Oceanic Cable--a division of Time Warner--is the first service provider to offer high-speed cable Internet access to Hawaiian island hotel guests.
With the pending merger of TCI and AT&T and their promise of "one-stop" television, Internet, and telephone service, the cable Internet issues move to the forefront.
Cable Internet access is not yet available nationwide, so it's best to contact your local cable company for information.