RDK poised for cloud-based distribution

The Reference Design Kit, a preintegrated software package jointly managed by Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Liberty Global, and created to establish a common framework for set-tops, gateways and other on-premises pay-TV devices, appears set for a cloud-based future. At IBC, ActiveVideo, a company that specializes in providing cloud-based video applications and services, announced that it is now one of 160 companies with RDK licenses. Multichannel News has a look at how ActiveVideo's cloud-based apps and services might be integrated into RDK's framework here.

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