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Microsoft, Google, Nokia Siemens trail the Connected TV market at CES

Tuesday 18 January 2011 | 09:28 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that took place in Las Vegas in early January highlighted tablets, 3-D and Connected TV. Regarding Connected TV, several innovations came to the fore, including Cisco's Videoscape platform. Early movers, such as boxmaker Roku (with already 1 billion streams offered), VOD provider Netflix (11 manufacturers are set to make a remote control with a dedicated Netflix button), software company Sling (deals with Verizon and Google) and Philips (with 300 apps on Philips Net TVs, and40 million users planned for 2012) reported good progress. On the chip front,

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Fixed / Internet
Companies: ARM / Broadcom / Cisco UK / Google / HickoryTech / Intel / KPN / LG / Microsoft / Netflix / Nokia Siemens Networks / Philips / Roku / Toshiba / Verizon / Yahoo! / YouTube
Countries: World
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