Cisco Videoscape IP Set-top Box

ผลิตภัณฑ์ใหม่ ซิสโก้ วิดีโอสเคป ไอพี เซ็ทท้อป บ๊อกซ์ (Cisco Videoscape IP Set-top Box) เปิดตัวในงาน CES 2011 (Consumer Electronics Show 2011) จัดที่ ลาสเวกัส


As expected, Cisco held a quick CES presser today to launch its connected TV initiative, which it’s calling Videoscape. It’s pretty ambitious stuff — Cisco’s goal isn’t to kick out a single consumer-focused set-top box, but rather to build out an entire video network architecture in conjunction with service providers that allows customers to view any authorized content on any device on any network. That means that in addition to the actual Videoscape set-top box for your TV, there will also be apps for everything from Android and iOS to game consoles and Macs and PCs — in the end, Cisco thinks your standard premium cable subscription will serve content everywhere, negating the need for supplemental services like Hulu and Netflix. There’s also a Videoscape Media Gateway that can serve up local content across all your devices — the company demoed sharing a quick Flip video with family members just by plugging the camera into the Gateway.

Quoted from Cisco announces Videoscape IPTV platform and products

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