Managing complexity and scale in a next-gen video network

As service providers strive to deliver a more compelling and personalized video experience than their competitors, they need a video distribution system capable of managing the extraordinary complexity and scale of the next generation of video services. They need the capacity to exponentially expand content libraries, the flexibility to integrate new types of services and advertising models, and the efficiency to deliver any type of content anywhere, under aggressive SLAs.

The Cisco Virtual Video Infrastructure (VVI), built using proven Cisco Content Delivery System (CDS) technology, provides a highly scalable foundation for storing, managing, and distributing personalized TV and video services across national and transnational video networks.

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