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Lband 12/4/2012 | 11:21:15 PM
re: Is Cisco Tuning Into Video? The rumor has something behind it. Mr. B. is the Pres and CEO of a company building video server technology in Silicon Valley called Kealia.
timco28 12/4/2012 | 11:21:14 PM
re: Is Cisco Tuning Into Video? There is a Kealia with a website and address http://www.kealia.com

Maybe you should send your man in the valley, Craig Matsumoto, to investigate.
BobbyMax 12/4/2012 | 11:21:12 PM
re: Is Cisco Tuning Into Video? The video market size is hardly $300 million with multiple vendors. Because of very late entry of Cisco in the market, it is not expected that it would capture more than 5%-to-7% of the market. The storage market is not all that great, so Cisco would not be able to make any profits from the server and storage market.
AAL5 12/4/2012 | 11:21:11 PM
re: Is Cisco Tuning Into Video? Boobymax,

You are an imbecile.

BackSlash 12/4/2012 | 11:21:07 PM
re: Is Cisco Tuning Into Video? Video on demand / IP services over cable

MSO's are going towards this at a very fast pace. IP telephony / ISP / Video over your cable line. These are currently being offered by Time/Warner / Comcast / etc.. and phone services that provide cheap local and long distance calling. They are making the move to the multi-service optical services. Cisco has been providing the capability to do the VOD and IP services. They just are ramping to provide the hardware / software for the current demand.

Just ask you cable company if they offer IP telephony.. and watch them say yes. Your phone company is going to have some competition.

rjmcmahon 12/4/2012 | 11:21:06 PM
re: Is Cisco Tuning Into Video? Another perspective.

The newly elected governor of CA is a direct product Hollywood studios. This new head of state did not come through traditional political organizations, nor did the "campaign" rely on broadcast TV political ads for brand creation. This topic event suggests tomorrow's mass media brand creation will require high quality and entertaining video while the 30 second television ad will slowly be losing favor.

Making video server plans and market forecasts accordingly seems prudent ;-)
whyiswhy 12/4/2012 | 11:21:02 PM
re: Is Cisco Tuning Into Video? Cisco wakes up to sad state of Telecom market...spins up video servers. The MSO equipment vendors have been offering it for a long time; Cisco is behind the curve. OTOH, with Cisco in the game, its possible the RBOCs will pick up on it, but I doubt it will take off fast.
mcgilla 12/4/2012 | 11:21:01 PM
re: Is Cisco Tuning Into Video? Emerging Market Factors:

Significant landscape changes between MSOs, Telcos and Sat players are emerging as...offer stuff the other guy can not offer..i.e..MSOs offering TVOD and MOD is in effect a competitive slant to compete with the Sat players that have been taking significant share away.
Because of that the VOD, MOD, TVOD space is 'heating up' in the MSO space...that coupled with storage, server and networking technologies to provide for the first time.. cost effective and scalable video at $100-150 per MPEG2 D1 stream. No one is there yet...It's an entirely different market opportunity...provide universal converged video and offer that as a service to all takers not just the MSOs...that's the huge op...the next wave
capolite 12/4/2012 | 11:21:00 PM
re: Is Cisco Tuning Into Video? This has to win an award for the stupidest post of the year.
mcgilla 12/4/2012 | 11:20:58 PM
re: Is Cisco Tuning Into Video? and...more than likely most of us can only speak to the market factors etc.
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