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WEB Extras - June 2011

Tue, 05/31/2011 - 8:00pm

WEBINARS

Cashing in with connection-oriented Ethernet – June 29!
While residential video and voice RGUs may be falling flat, Tier 2 and Tier 3 cable operators can jumpstart their business revenue streams with connection-oriented Ethernet. COE creates a networking technology that combines the flexibility and cost-efficiency of Ethernet with the reliability of connection-oriented protocols. Listen in to learn why COE can be a better choice than HFC or MPLS. Sponsored by Fujitsu. —Sign up online now!

Premium content to any device: It's all about protection!
Operators need to deliver rich, high quality interactive entertainment experiences, requiring advanced content protection, but access is dependent largely on being able to guarantee that content’s security.

Motorola SecureMedia has devised a standards-based approach for content delivery to multiple devices that streamlines ingest, processing and delivery from the headend and manages the cost and complexity of delivering all content to all devices.

The approach was developed with direct input from major film studios and other content owners.
Sponsored by Motorola. —Watch it online now!


DAILY NEWS & BLOGS

Visit CEDmagazine.com every day for news gathered and written specifically for communications service providers and their vendors, compiled by CED’s expert staff of editors. Sign up online for automatic delivery of CED’s daily Broadband Direct.

And CED’s editors are now diving deeper, providing additional perspective on some of the top stories in the news. Visit our site for Editor-in-Chief Brian Santo’s blog, “And Another Thing,” and get additional insights from Senior Editor Mike Robuck’s blog, “Write Stuff.” Also, check out Contributing Editor Craig Kuhl’s new blog, “It’s Kuhl.”


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