I don't think CableCARDs will ever be supported on these networks and **** would have to come out with a new box that handles IPTV delivery.
What caught my eye was that you need to rent from Comcast every piece of equipment you'd need to utilize the service.
It states Roku would work I am sure others will.
I guess it's just the modem that needs to be rented, which in itself is an insane price($10 per mo) given how much retail modems cost.
We have had to replace our Xfinity/Cisco DPC 3941 three times in last 18 months, so I'm ok with the $11 monthly lease, as I just drop it at Xfinity and get a new one in 5 minutes. It now also supports MOCA 2.1 which is how we have our HDHomerun Quatro in the attic where the antenna gets awesome reception, while the modem is 3 stories
Down on the ground floor.
Neighbours purchased a "Comcast supported modem" and 7 months later it doesn't support the free speed upgrade limiting them to 80 Mbps, while we are using 125 Mbps at the same monthly rate as them.
Don't get me wrong, I hate Comcast/Xfinity Cable TV with a heartfelt passion, but the Internet service is straight forward, with all of the fees noted.