CLOUD TO CABLE : A Net-Neutrality Solution for Music and Video Services
Net-Neutrality is being promoted by COMCAST, AT&T, Verizon, and many other ISPs.
“We fully support reversal of Title II classification, a 1930s statute that is outdated and harms consumers by creating a cloud over broadband investment decisions and innovation,” Roberts wrote today – CEO of COMCAST “a fresh constructive dialogue,” but he did not say exactly how net neutrality should be enforced.
What many streaming services are afraid of is throttling, blocking of IP addresses, metering of traffic usage (which is already being done), among many other changes.
According to them, this will hinder the delivery of Over-the-Top (OTT) services, either music, TV, or video in the ways they have been done today. As of now, Net-Neutrality permits subscribers to connect to web streaming services like Netflix, Pandora, Hulu, and even COMCAST competitors as SLING. As such, Cable TV systems are becoming “dumb” pipes that mostly deliver internet services over the Cable TV system.
Currently, CLOUD to CABLE is in use to deliver “Music for Cable” or Music for Cable TV to any cable operator in any format that is use, and has been tested with Cisco, Ericsson, and many other head ends. The CLOUD to CABLE TV leverages our proprietary software and technology used in multiple cable operators around the world.
CLOUD TO CABLE is also very reliable and you can customize it as you wish.
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