Is IMS attracting cable industry interest?

IP Multimedia Subsystem architectures were pitched to cable TV companies just as those firms were launching VoIP and wireless services that could benefit from the support of an efficient converged network. Cable TV players didn't seem to bite, though CableLabs incorporated elements of the IMS standards in its PacketCable 2.0 specification. Now, Ericsson and policy management vendor Camiant say the cable prospects are looking up after they just completed interoperability testing at the request of several unnamed cable TV companies.

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