ActiveVideo Networks will demonstrate how the principles of cloud-based processing can help cable system operators provide consumers with enhanced content distribution to and within the home at the CableLabs Summer Conference next week. ??ActiveVideo will show how its CloudTV platform can enable a seamless environment in which any content – including linear TV, on-demand, TV everywhere, user-generated and Web video, and interactive TV – can be combined into a single experience that can be navigated in an intuitive, Web-style manner.

ActiveVideo also will be showing its next-generation Home Media Server that uses the principles of cloud-based services to enable media from virtually any source to be viewed on any device within the home as part of the “Innovation Showcase,” to be held on the opening day of the CableLabs event.?

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