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Tuesday, October 21, 2008


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Thanks, Oli. I’m interested to see that you’re not a fan of over-the-top video. This is a topic that’s been dieucsssd a great deal this week, as US broadcasters continue to block Google TV access to their content. The whole notion of cord cutting and migrating to an IP-based video solution is the topic of my latest post: .Is this a trend you see developing? What would it take for you to migrate?I agree that the drive to serve more video on the iPhone and especially the iPad is only going to increase and the key question is how we develop our networks to accommodate this demand. You mentioned the topic of networks being more intelligent with their data. Does this mean that you would favour of some form of packet grooming so video receives higher priority in the network? Or are you solely referring to compression? This could prove very challenging as people continue to stream HD and even 3D content. Thanks,Gareth

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