Cloud Computing for Cable TV: Expanding Choice, Control & Content for a New Generation of Television Viewer (2009)

By John W. Callahan, Jeremy Edmonds, ActiveVideo Networks

The multichannel television industry is caught between two significant realities: Growing consumer demand for increased choice and control of TV content, and an installed base of technologically fragmented, resource-limited digital set-tops and CE devices

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