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Home Networking Interactive Workshop Sandy Teger and David Waks Co-Founders, Broadband Home Central Copyright © 2007 CTAM Summit 2007 July 25, 2007
Copyright © 2007 Slide 2 Home Networking Today: Separate Islands MSO Video Island Data Island
Copyright © 2007 Slide 3 Everything Changing Simultaneously Many sources of video in the home New home networking technologies Microsoft and Intel promoting PC for video HD screens getting prevalent and cheap PVRs and multi-room PVRs Digital media adapters: Xbox 360, AppleTV, … Portable video devices: iPod, GigaBeat, … Local media transfer: iTunes, Rhapsody, EchoStar, … Remote media transfer: SlingBox, Orb Networks, … Networked digital TVs Mobile phones as part of network – transfer pictures, videos, music to/from them Digital transition CableCards in innovative devices (OCUR, BOCR)
Copyright © 2007 Slide 4 Wheres the Cable Box In This Picture? YouTube iTunes Movielink ABC Disney Apple TV Xbox 360 Slingbox PVR functionality DVD/Blu-ray Premium cable content (OCUR CableCard) Portable Media Players Mobile Phones Unified Home Network Digital Camera and Camcorder Amazon Unbox Comcast Fancast Media Server
Copyright © 2007 Slide 5 Many Sources of Video in the Home Subscription video: cable, satellite, telco Packaged media: DVD, HD DVD, BluRay Personally created: SD HD Internet video –User-generated content: YouTube, … –Movie subscription/purchase services: Movielink, Starz Vongo, CinemaNow, Xbox Live, Amazon Unbox, iTunes, … –Content provider bypass: CBS, ABC, Disney, … –Internet video services: Babelgum, Joost, Veoh, …
Copyright © 2007 Slide 6 New Home Networking Technologies Many new technologies entering the market simultaneously –Ethernet: 100 Mbps Gigabits per second –802.11n – next generation of Wi-Fi – over the air –MoCA – over coax –HomePNA – over coax and phone line –HomePlug AV – over power line –UPA / Opera – over power line –HD PLC – over power line –UWB – over coax, power line or the air (Wireless USB) All suitable for multi-channel high-definition video –Performance claims need to be verified New standards for network interoperability –DLNA and Microsoft Rally for consumer networks –HANA for service providers
Copyright © 2007 Slide 7 Some Targeted to Video Service Providers MoCA, HomePNA 3, UWB over coax Focus is multi-room DVR –AT&T U-verse: HomePNA 3.1 embedded in Motorola VIP1200 series boxes –Verizon FIOS: MoCA embedded in Motorola QIP series boxes –MSOs: MoCA embedded in Motorola multi-room DVR All keep video separate from data
Copyright © 2007 Slide 8 Other Targeted To Consumers n Wi-Fi New powerline technologies: HomePlug AV, UPA, HD PLC Wireless USB and most other UWB technologies Built into PCs and networked devices including AV products All designed to facilitate unified home network
Copyright © 2007 Slide 9 PC As Home Media Center Suppliers repositioning PC –Windows Vista includes Media Center –Microsoft Rally optimizes home network for media applications –Intel VIIV –AMD Live! PC stores consumer memories: pictures and home video Video input from cable and satellite –Tuner card bundled with Media Center PCs –CableCard (OCUR, BOCR) enables premium content with DRM protection for content providers Customers want to watch video on new HD screens Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) standardizes media networking between PCs, digital media adapters, networked TVs, portable media players, mobile phones
Copyright © 2007 Slide 10 Some Questions To Start The Discussion How will video get to the HD screen? –Internet –Consumer PCs –Portable video devices What role will cable set tops play in a unified home network? Will cable provide the primary user interface for video? What about OCAP?
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