The Switch Is On To Boost Channels

Spangler, Todd
July 2007
Multichannel News;7/30/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 30, p24
The article highlights the benefits and applications of switched digital video technology. Time Warner Cable claims that the technology will provide virtually unlimited high-definition capacity. While Cablevision Systems is relying on the technology to deliver 500 high-definition channels by the end of 2007. Unlike ultra-fast cable modems or high-definition television, switched digital video technology should be totally invisible to subscribers. INSET: THROWING THE SWITCH IN AUSTIN.


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