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The term “Universal Cable & New Media Distribution” is a bit of a misnomer. Although both of these are indeed services that will provide high-speed Internet access, the differences between them are clear. Universal cable can be used to hook up either one computer system or an entire network and it can also carry both standard and high-speed digital video transmissions. New Media Distribution, on the other hand, is a method that uses multiple large-scale distribution channels to allow distribution of a wide array of programming and services to a very large number of different locations, as opposed to just one or two computers. This is done through the employment of various types of transmitters that have the capabilities to send both analog and digital signals and can be controlled by software. view publisher site When it comes to the digital side of things, there are three companies that currently offer this service – Verizon, Comcast and Charter. All three of them are fairly new in terms of offering such services and all three are in a developmental stage, which means that their service plans and features are still in development and may change over the coming months and years. The biggest differences between these providers is that Verizon’s FiOS TV service offers digital audio and video, while Comcast and Charter each only offer either standard or high-speed Internet. However, both of them have plans that feature hundreds of...