Motorola Mobility charts video market's migration to home video gateways

Larry Robinson, Motorola MobilityFierceCable editor Steve Donohue talks with Larry Robinson, Corporate VP & General Manager of Home Devices, Motorola Mobility (NYSE: MMI), about the changing nature of how video is delivered and distributed throughout a consumer home. Robinson believes that traditional DVRs will be replaced with home video gateways that will let providers send video services across a number of devices, including gaming consoles, tablet computers, and thin client IP set-tops. Despite the promise of the video gateway, Robinson revealed that service providers, including advocates of the approach like Verizon (NYSE: VZ), will face challenges in supporting the delivery of video services securely to a Microsoft Xbox 360 device. Read more...

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