Advanced Video Leaders 2012

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Cable operators are lucky to be plying their trade in this era. Innovative new services -- from advanced telephony to home automation -- make life exciting. But as stimulating as these services are, the core specialty remains video. This isn't yesterday's video, however. Operators today must keep pace with changes to how video is transported and presented.

In this video, six of the leading vendors in the video distribution and presentation game -- Commscope, Vecima , RGB, ARRIS, ATX, Harmonic, Tektronix and Envivio -- offer insights into the equipment will help keep these happy monetization stories happening.

















































CommScope


Vecima


RGB




































ARRIS


ATX


Harmonic






























Tektronix


Envivio



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