Moving Set-Top Boxes To The IP Infrastructure (2004)

By Nick Hamilton-Piercy, Rogers Cable Inc. and S.V. Vasudevan, BigBand Networks, Inc.

Moving the STB to the IP infrastructure is a whole lot more than just delivering video over IP. In fact, of the five areas of consideration discussed in this paper, video over IP is probably the furthest from happening. When migrating STBs to the IP infrastructure, the first steps will include solving embedded CM provisioning and moving OOB transport and interactive applications to the IP infrastructure. Video over IP will follow when the economics prove viable.

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