Web Extra - July 2010
Another Looming Deadline: The Transition to IPv6
It is predicted that the pool of IPv4 addresses will be depleted within a year, possibly even before that. Every single ISP must upgrade its network to handle IPv6. IPv6 experts from CableLabs, the SCTE, Suddenlink and Incognito Software provided a rundown of recommended migration options, details about the specific subsystems in service provider networks that will be affected, and practical insights from the field about managing the transition. The Webinar is sponsored by Incognito. Listen to the archived broadcast online!
Multi-Screen Service Management
Motorola addresses the challenges service providers face in figuring out how to manage and merchandise the "infinite" content necessary for providing video in IP-based networks. The discussion covers pain points experienced by service providers, services that will keep current subscribers and attract new ones, and how all of these issues relate to a multi-screen service management system. Panelists include Buddy Snow, senior director of global product marketing at Motorola, and Greg Ireland, research manager of consumer markets: video at IDC. Listen to the archived broadcast online!
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