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mendyk
mendyk
7/3/2014 | 2:37:06 PM
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Network operators need to focus on delivering the best connectivity service that accommodates everything customers want, including OTT video. They also have a good opportunity still to provide value-added services like cloud storage. As net neutrality fades to oblivion, OTT providers will become key customers for network operators. There's little reason to continue the animosity.
Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
7/3/2014 | 1:27:14 PM
Re: No cords were harmed in the making of this picture
mendyk - "Us vs. them is not going to get operators anywhere regarding OTT video."

What do you mean? What would be a better attitude for operators to take?
mendyk
mendyk
7/3/2014 | 1:00:16 PM
Re: No cords were harmed in the making of this picture
Us vs. them is not going to get operators anywhere regarding OTT video.
Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
7/3/2014 | 12:48:38 PM
Re: No cords were harmed in the making of this picture
Because network operators own and control the network, they're able to deliver services using information and resources not available to independent OTT providers. 
mendyk
mendyk
7/3/2014 | 10:03:20 AM
No cords were harmed in the making of this picture
The Ultimate Cord is the broadband connection, which will only grow in importance, while conventional video services will find a diminishing (but still somewhat significant) demand. OTT is the future, and for some it's the present. Delivering OTT services is where all network operators should be focusing attention now.


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