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Three Separable Transitions to IP

The CTO for Motorola’s Home business David Grubb gave a presentation today on IP video as part of the SCTE’s Live Learning Series. Much of the presentation covered familiar ground: the shift to the Internet Era of Television, multi-screen opportunities with IP delivery, and the need for rapid development of new TV applications and services. However, the story has also evolved. David Grubb covered three separate areas where cable operators can push forward with a transition to IP. The three areas are independent of each other, meaning service providers can prioritize activities as needed, while still working toward one overall goal – migration to an IP platform.

From today’s presentation:

Three Separable Transitions to IP

  • User Experience & Interface – Move to a web-based thin client approach to enable rapid development of new applications and experiences
  • Home Network – Begin with MR-DVR; Enable CE devices with technologies such as transcoding
  • Access Network – Move to a unified approach for all service delivery over time

2 Responses

  1. […] 8, 2010 by Mari Silbey Jeff Baumgartner has an article up today based on a conversation about IP video with David Grubb, CTO for the Motorola Home business. The full piece is worth a read, but one of […]

  2. […] topic of cable’s migration to IPTV. This is a subject matter that’s going to be at the top of the cable industry’s agenda for several years to come, but given the complexity of the topic, it shouldn’t get stale any […]

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