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While facing challenges in the video market, Alcatel-Lucent is pushing forward with its compelling Velocix CDN & Cloud DVR solutions, and despite the sale of Mediaroom to Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent continues to win Mediaroom customers as a reseller. (6/19/2014)
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ARRIS, in the wake of its Motorola Home acquisition, started 2014 strong, generating record revenues in Q1, with Q2 projected to be even higher. ARRIS also bolstered its multiscreen portfolio with the SeaWell acquisition; should Cisco be worried? (7/16/2014)
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Cisco’s steadily-expanded Videoscape portfolio, and related solution set enhancements have enabled the company to strengthen its video service enablement proposition, solidifying its leadership position in the overall video infrastructure market. (6/17/2014)
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Ericsson expanded its multiscreen/video infrastructure portfolio in 2013 with the acquisitions of Mediaroom (from Microsoft) and Red Bee Media. Can Ericsson leverage these new assets into incremental revenues and customer base growth in 2014? (1/17/2014)
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Harmonic’s multi-year revenue decline spurred the company to introduce distributed CCAP, IPTV 2.0, ProView 8000 and VOS virtualized video solutions in H1 2014, potentially providing Harmonic with a path back to higher revenues and profitability. (6/16/2014)
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Huawei has most of the solutions it needs to become a true contender in the global video infrastructure market, but its Video Everywhere launch at BBWF 2013, instead of the IBC Show a month earlier, highlighted its lack of video marketing prowess. (5/19/2014)
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