Tomorrow's video infrastructure is IP-smart

Gordon, Chris
October 2009
CED;Oct2009, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p32
Trade Publication
The article offers updates on Information Processing-based video infrastructure in the U.S. Comcast's Next Generation On Demand architecture and Time Warner Cable's Interactive Services architecture have been promoting a system framework designed for multi-vendor interoperability on-demand video architecture. In addition, there are several advantages to an IP-centric solution design, possessing flexibility and adaptability to an evolving distribution infrastructure.


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