Using low-cost servers, Android-based set-tops and a cloud-based partner, Dyyno puts TV Everywhere within the reach of small operators.
The University of New Hampshire’s InterOperability Laboratory will be testing gateways for IPv6 conformance during a mid-April testing event.
And now it’s Boxee versus the cable industry, which should be making cable nervous. We’ve seen this David vs. Goliath thing before, with TiVo in the Boxee role, and it didn’t end well for cable.
The digital terminal adapter is one-way device, a limitation that both justifies its existence and bars it from being a long-term solution. From its introduction, the DTA has been considered a dead end – a very, very useful device – but a dead end. Evolution Digital thinks maybe not.
Time Warner Cable once again has found itself in a nasty retransmission rights battle, this time with the MSG Network, which pulled its programming from the MSO's lineup.
If you've got a minute to spare during your time in Atlanta for Cable-Tec Expo 2011 and don't know where to venture, try one of these places recommended by industry folk.
The company has long talked about being in the TV business. The issue was whether it would voluntarily restrict itself to over-the-top (OTT) content or attempt to compete with multichannel video programming distributors (MVPDs).
People still fear that cord-cutting may yet develop into a phenomenon, but the evidence is that it isn’t happening much.
There's a large MVPD out there with a customer service problem. The question is whether the problem is with one guy or with the entire customer care organization.
TelVue introduced a new version of its line of broadcast servers.
The cable industry has always positioned its broadband as a premium product.
A bunch of high-profile refugees from BitTorrent emerged from under the rock they've been carefully hiding under for three years to show off their new thing...
Adara Technologies might have figured out how to revive the market for switched digital video.
Amdocs is showing customers a new permutation of home gateway.
The ACA's top priority is to push reform of retransmission consent rules.
Custom or standardized off-the-shelf? That's often a hardware question, but it applies to interactive video applications, too. Interactive app specialist Ensequence knows which way it would prefer everyone to go.
CED will not be covering the events of the CableLabs Winter Conference this year.
P2P video is coming on.
The NCTA invites more authors to go long.
The ultimate question: Who pays for Netflix streaming?
Verizon may have placed the keynote speaker at TelcoTV, but this show is really about Tier II and Tier III providers, a bunch of scrappers ready to beg, borrow and steal if that's what it takes to get into the video business.
Could this be the key to everything?
The Verizon/Google proposal is the kind of nonsense cable should root for.
Tekelec encourages Camiant's mobile aspirations, however.