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Cisco at INTX 2015: Jet Power for the Era of Propellers

DOCSIS 3.1, SDN and the Cloud Turbo-Power Cable Business Transformation
May 01, 2015

San Jose, Calif., May 1, 2015 – Next week at INTX, The Internet and Television Expo, Cisco will demonstrate how its leadership in IP Access, SDN, virtualization and the Cloud is helping drive time-to-market, monetization and agility for cable operators and service providers.

At booth #523 at McCormick Place, Cisco will highlight a full range of demos that bring Internet of Everything experiences to life including:

  • Industry-first demonstrations of end-to-end DOCSIS 3.1-ready solutions: Cisco® IP access solutions use SDN to integrate DOCSIS, PON, Wi-Fi and Ethernet into a unified solution, enabling cable operators to take an unrivaled lead in delivering high speed Internet access to consumers.
  • Virtualized Managed Services solutions: Cisco will show how cable operators can use virtualization to address new commercial services market segments, reduce costs and drive agility across their rapidly growing commercial services markets.
  • Video: Cisco will demonstrate its innovative Virtualized Video Platform (V2P), which allows video workflows to be created automatically, on demand, in software. V2P virtualizes the complete video workflow, accelerating and cost reducing video processing applications ranging from adding a new channel to an established line up, to implementing a new video format like HEVC or 4K, or creating a new IP video service.
  • RDK: Cisco will demonstrate how its cloud-powered, RDK client-based consumer video solutions leverage Fast IT and DevOps concepts to deliver new features, new services and more revenues faster.
  • Security: Cisco’s threat-centric security solutions protect content within the service provider’s enterprise and their distribution network.

Cisco Speakers at INTX:

Supporting Quotes:

  • Yvette Kanouff, senior vice president and general manager, Cisco Service Provider Video Software and Solutions

“This year’s show marks a milestone, as it welcomes the worlds of pay TV and OTT providers together for the first time. We look forward to meeting with customers in Chicago to showcase our unified product roadmap and solutions that will help them to be nimble and offer services quickly, and profitably.”

  • Joe Cozzolino, senior vice president and general manager, Cisco Mobility and Service Provider Video Network Infrastructure

“Cisco is investing to lead the market in DOCSIS 3.1 CMTS and CPE. We have made investments in early product designs across multiple silicon platforms, and will be demonstrating end-to-end D3.1 performance for customers throughout the week at INTX.”

Supporting Resources:


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