Infographic: 5 Reasons for Pay-TV Cloud Migration

| March 15, 2018

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There are five main reasons why operators need to be considering migrating their pay-TV services to IP as a matter of urgency:To respond to consumer demand to provide smart, on-demand TV services on any screen.To increase screen reach and perceived value by delivering TV services to any device, at home and on the go   including retail CE devices such as smart TVs or streaming STB thereby reducing traditional CPE investments.

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