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Challenges plaguing Indian Pay TV Industry are Disguised Opportunities

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Sep, 2013

In India, the Television revolution that started in early 80s with a government-owned Doordarshan, experienced its first major boom in early 90s with the introduction of cable TV. For the first time, Indian audiences experienced 24-by-7 TV and more than one channel; besides the quality of content not possible with government produced content. The next leg of the revolution hit when a few major players, some of them strongly present in Telecom, entered the Television Industry through satellite TV, providing a direct-to-home connectivity. This, along with the introduction of Digital […]

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Banking Offers Lessons Aplenty For Broadband to Increase Revenues

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Sep, 2013

Imagine a bank which offered only two services to people: took their money as deposits and paid an interest for it; and offering this money as loan to businesses for a higher interest, making profits from the difference between the two. Banking would be a cottage industry that no one would talk about, whose difficulties would not impress any government and the bankers would have no power in society. However, the fundamental service of banks: taking deposits and giving loans, is so basic that no banks today offer just that. […]

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SURE! Is Network Agnostic

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Sep, 2013

SURE! AAA and Provisioning Solution is network agnostic. Your last mile can be on WiFi, CDMA, 2G, 3G or 4G LTE to name a few. SURE! can speak to any CAS and any network aggregator irrespective of the last mile. SURE! has integrated with every known CAS and High-end in the Sky system. How does this impact a service provider’s business? And, what bearing do Dual, Triple and Quadruple play have upon this? Naveen Mudunuru presents SURE! Multiplay.

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Internet Protocol Moves from V4 to V6

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Sep, 2013

The Internet works on a ubiquitous system of Internet Protocol Addresses, wherein every device, real or virtual, has a particular number assigned to it. Each IP address, defined as a numerical label assigned to each device participating in a network, had two functions: it is a unique name, so we can identify one from the other, and it is also an address, so we can locate where it is from. Once identified, the route is established as a way to reach the unique address. Since its inception in September 1981 […]

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