Adelphia opens up VOD with N2 Broadband

May 2004
CED;May2004, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on Adelphia Communications' plan to us N2 Broadband's "OpenStream' platform to support video-on-demand (VOD) deployments in selected markets in the U.S. Adelphia's launch of the VOD in Pennsylvania, Ohio and California; Deployment of OpenStream on both Motorola Broadband and Scientific-Atlanta digital networks; Key features of OpenStream.


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