Sizing up the highlights of the INTX trade show floor

Now that the INTX show has come to a close, FierceCable has compiled an anecdotal tour of what editors saw on the show floor in Chicago.

While the talk of the town in the cable industry has been clearly focused on subjects like Comcast's (NASDAQ: CMCSA) failure to acquire Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC), over-the-top video, skinny cable bundles and 1 Gbps service, the trade show floor offered up a number of other interesting topics for attendees. Among the features on the show floor were a topical area focused on TV Everywhere, an Internet of Things spot, a Navigation area, a "streaming pavilion" and a games pavilion. For the best and the worst from the INTX show, check out this photo roundup here

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