Verismo offers streamlined Web-to-TV device

There has been a lot of chatter lately about the effort to remove set-top boxes from the home, and a lot of backlash against companies that are trying to pipe Web video content to consumers' TVs by adding new set-top units to the environment. Now, new company Verismo Networks is bring Web video to the TV, but via a very small streaming device that reportedly fits in the palm of a hand, and actually bypasses the PC. That may not give everyone reason to get rid of their PCs, but it will help IPTV service providers as they continue to try to make sense of the online video universe, and how to pull Web content through their IPTV offerings.

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