IP&TV event to focus on cable's increased interest in connected devices and apps

The cable industry's increased emphasis on connecting to IP-enabled devices while establishing applications that link traditional cable to the Internet will dominate the agenda at IP&TV World Forum in London.

"IP is becoming compelling to an ever-increasing group of service providers and utilized for an even wider range of environments," Gavin Whitechurch, the conference director said. "Not only have telcos widely deployed TV services over IP networks, but cable companies are increasingly adopting IP for the flexibility and addressability it enables."

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