You Heard It Here First: Cox’s Contour Hits 1 Million Set-Tops
A little less than a year ago, Cox took the wraps off a beauty of a next-new version of personalized television, branded “Contour.” It’s a continuation of its service extensions earlier this year into screens “beyond the TV,” such as iPads, tablets, laptops, and smartphones. Until Contour, the app was called “Cox TV Connect,” and […]
The Cloud, the TV, and The Cable Show
By Conrad Clemson, VP of strategy, Cisco Service Provider Video Technology Group Well, we’re nothing if not patient. For those of us who’ve been active in cable VOD (video on demand) since it began, 12+ years ago, it’s totally great to finally see glimmers of acknowledgement for the category. It’s like knowing your kid is […]
Cisco @ #Cable13 – The Cable Show: See you in Our Nation’s Capital!
If you’re reading this, chances are high that you’re on your way or already in Washington, D.C., where you’ll spend the next few days attending this week’s Cable Show. We’re there too, not surprisingly, with a lot to share with our cable friends and colleagues. And I do mean a lot. Let’s see if I […]
A Cisco CCAP Update for Cable Show 2013: Helping Cable Operators Double Down… and Quadruple Up!
Three years ago, when I blogged about the Cable Converged Access Platform (CCAP), current events involved whether it would be called “CMAP,” “CESAR,” or something else entirely. (So much clearer in hindsight!) Last year, when I blogged about CCAP at The Cable Show, current events centered on phasing, and how to prepare plant and infrastructure […]