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Comcast and UPC can learn something from each other

Wednesday 19 May 2010 | 16:37 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Background
Two cable operators are launching what at first glance looks like two very different answers to the big issue with which operators are struggling: 'anything, anytime, anywhere, any device'. The American market leader Comcast has chosen for software, via an application for the iPad. No one less than its CEO Brian Roberts in a YouTube video gives a demonstration of the product during the recent Cable Show in Los Angeles. Liberty Global, which mostly under the name UPC and primarily in Europe operates, has chosen for hardware (in which of course software is also included). It's signed up Samsung

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Comcast / Intel / Liberty Global / Nagravision / NDS / Samsung / UPC
Countries: Europe / United States
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