ActiveVideo Networks will demonstrate its CloudTV Platform for delivery of interactive television applications in collaboration with Cisco at IBC 2010. Leveraging ActiveVideo’s CloudTV Platform and Cisco’s multi-screen Content Delivery System (CDS), an end-user will be able to navigate the Interactive Program Guide (IPG) application on an iPad to select live, time-shifted or VOD content to be displayed seamlessly on their TV or directly on their iPad anywhere throughout the home, through a Wi-Fi network.

The companies anticipate the combination of ActiveVideo’s cloud-based platform and Cisco’s multi-screen Content Delivery System (CDS) will allow cable system operators and IPTV providers throughout the world to quickly introduce innovative interactive applications to digital set-top boxes (EBIF and tru2way), CI+ connected televisions and IP-Connected devices.?

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