January 2006
CED;Jan2006, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p26
Trade Publication
This article presents information on the video-on-demand service. There is nothing more technologically difficult than VOD. Operationally and technologically, it is much harder than launching telephony. There are few experts with the experience to help make it work, and one hasn't received the help from the vendors one had hoped for. The article also informs that Sunflower Broadband is one of the few smaller operators launching VOD, and essentially training themselves on the rigors and frustrations of deploying the technology.


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