Tracking the IP services trend at SCTE 2012 in Orlando

SCTE executives panelThe change in attitude among traditional cable operators about IP-based services has been an interesting one to watch, and that trend--from circling the wagons around walled gardens to moving to capitalize on the opportunities that emerging technologies present--is in full force at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo this week. Yesterday, technology executives from Comcast (Nasdaq: CMCSA), Cablevision (NYSE: CVC)  and Bright House Networks touted advanced video and voice products that operators can deploy by relying on cloud-based servers, and discussed the delivery of IP video in subscriber homes. FierceCable Editor Steve Donohue is covering the show in Orlando, Fla. Check out all of the coverage of this cable industry tradeshow. Read more

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