By JT Taylor, Senior Manager, Service Provider Video Solutions Marketing, Cisco
There comes a point in every industry where the evolution of how things get done changes. First there was manual cotton picking, then there was the cotton gin. First there were custom builds, then there were assembly lines. No matter the deliverable, we ultimately get things done better, and more efficiently.
Today’s industrialization chapter, especially as it relates to getting things done better, faster, and more efficiently in video delivery, is equal parts automation, and DevOps — the blending of the people who do development, and the people who keep the machines running, in operations.
For lots of us, DevOps is a relatively new ideology, even though Read More »
Tags: Cisco, cloud powered tools, devops, IBC 2015, Infinite Home, infinite solutions, Infinite Video, Service Provider, video
By Adam Davies, product marketing manager for Infinite Video, Service Provider Video Software and Solutions, Cisco
By now it’s very clear that TV and entertainment viewing habits are changing. More people are accessing more content on more devices than ever before. Revenue from subscription OTT services is expected to almost double — to $50 billion by 2020 (!) — a shift that represents a huge opportunity for service providers.
To meet this opportunity, service providers – and their partners, like us – need to think differently about how services are delivered. We need to give customers what they want – fast and easy access to the shows they love, when they want them on all the screens they want to use. Plus we need to move fast Read More »
Tags: cDVR, Cisco, cloud, cloud powered solutions, dvr, infinite family, infinite suite, on-demand, Service Provider, service providers, tv, video, VOD, web speed
A few years ago, the idea of cloud-based digital video recording (DVR) was an aspiration. Today, while the technology is still relatively new, it’s already seeing broad adoption in the market. In a recent webcast conducted with Parks Associates, attendees revealed the breadth of cloud-based services they were already using to catch up on TV content. From basic “pause live TV” features to full cloud DVR, check out the range of cloud services already available:
There are lots of good reasons operators are moving so quickly to roll out these types of services. First, consumers want it. Read More »
Tags: Cisco, Cisco VNI, cloud dvr, cloud-based services, dvr, Pay TV, service providers, VOD
Guest blog from Paul Jesemann, Cisco Solution Consultant, Mobile Architecture, APJ
Instead of unnecessarily debating the incident as such, maybe a Read More »
Tags: Cisco, customer privacy, data usage, monetization, Networks, optimization, privacy, service providers, subscriber data, user experience
Guest blog by Ram , SP Infrastructure Marketing Manager
Service providers everywhere are trying to simplify their networks – moving services to the cloud that are easier to roll out, can be provisioned by the customer, and enable new business models.
Cisco’s virtual managed service (vMS) solution uses a self-service online portal to give end users a simple way to select, subscribe to and activate highly secure and scalable network services – even if the underlying network is multivendor. The VMS platform service function packages includescloud VPNs for branch, site-to-site and remote access encrypted VPNs, as well as firewall and web security, all offered as a cloud-managed IT solution on a subscription basis.
End users have access to a management dashboard on which they can track the Read More »
Tags: Cisco, cloud services, DT Telstra, EANTC, NFV, SDN, Service Provider, virtual managed service, vMS