Netflix Impact: Panel Eyes Video Distribution and TV Everywhere
Video-on-demand services like Netflix are putting significant demands on operators both large and rural. In this video, learn how two companies are meeting the challenge and costs of delivering online video.
The Netflix Impact: TV Everywhere and the Evolution of Video Distribution
With third-party 2010 estimates of $100B for Pay TV service revenues in North America, there's a lot at stake for MSOs. Thanks to Netflix, a company whose subscriber base now rivals Comcast's in number, MSOs are fighting back. This session will discuss how cable companies are transforming their underlying service delivery architectures, what impact content offerings like Netflix are having on last-mile ISPs and how they plan to extend the full TV experience to multiple screens.
Speaker: Clayton Wagar, VP, Cable/MSO Solutions, Alcatel-Lucent
Speaker: Brett Glass, CEO, LARIAT
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