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Pete Baldwin 12/5/2012 | 5:46:07 PM
re: Cisco's Videoscape Stresses Cloud Control

Definitely a sophomore kind of release, despite the number of things being launched. You can't have a big Videoscape launch every year!


Cisco is certainly sticking to its guns about having things like transcoding become the domain of the network. That makes sense in a lot of ways, but I'm sure there are plenty of companies around CES that have other ideas.

craigleddy 12/5/2012 | 5:46:06 PM
re: Cisco's Videoscape Stresses Cloud Control

Videoscape is a comprehensive platform for IP video, but are U.S. cable MSOs buying into it?


MSOs definitely have come a long way in their thinking about IP for all video delivery. But, in typical fashion, they seem to be going about things through piecemeal development and don't want to be beholden to one vendor, as much as they probably agree with Cisco's holistic approach.


Cisco did announce Videoscape customers, but not ones in the U.S.: Rogers in Canada, YES in Israel and Numericable in France.   


 


 


 

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