Touting Sights, Sounds and Safety

Arlen, Gary
September 2005
Multichannel News;9/19/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 39, p37
Focuses on technological innovations in video, voice and data services. Information on the home-security features of the VIIV microchip from Intel; Significance of hybrid home networks to cable's voice-over Internet protocol initiatives according to Ted Archer, marketing director of multimedia-over-coaxial solutions developer Coaxsys Inc.; Installation of Entropic chips in DCT 700 and DC3412 set-top boxes from Motorola Inc.


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