Technicolor Returns to CES 2019 to Share Latest Innovations for the Connected Home

 

Discussion and Demos of Leading-Edge Developments Will Include: Open Gateways, New Partnerships, Ultra-Broadband, DOCSIS 3.1, Wi-FI 6, and Advanced HDR

 
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Technicolor experts and executives will be on hand during the CES 2019 conference and exposition -- being held over January 8-11 in Las Vegas -- to demo and discuss leading-edge developments on a range of connected home technologies, including: Management of Multiple Video Platforms, Android TV, Ultra-Broadband, DOCSIS 3.1, Wi-Fi 6, and Advanced HDR.

Featured issues on the agenda from Technicolor during CES 2019 will revolve around:

  • Open Gateways: Technicolor's Geert Matthys, Vice President of Product Management, will be available to discuss Technicolor's engagement with the EasyMesh community to create a foundation for turning the gateway into an open services platform, making it easier and more cost-effective for Network Service Providers to offer value-added services to subscribers.

  • New Partnerships: Two partners from Technicolor's newly announced HERO Partnership Program, CUJO AI and Broadpeak, will be attending the show and providing demos of capabilities developed and integrated with Technicolor gateways. Both partners have unique solutions that support the network service provider community by offering a superior customer experience to their subscribers:  

  1. CUJO AI provides an AI driven software platform that offers advanced device detection, AI security, and digital parenting features;

  2. Broadpeak develops video delivery components for the NSP community and its Multi-cast ABR (adaptive bit-rate) solution allows operators to effectively and efficiently deal with consumption spikes during live broadcast events.