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Cisco Systems to acquire Arroyo Video Solutions

US-based internet networking player Cisco Systems has announced a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held Arroyo Video Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of next-generation solutions for on-demand television and related consumer services.

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Cable ops in US shift strategies to meet IPTV threat; report

MUMBAI: As telcos are gearing up to deploy competitive pay television offerings, a new report from market research division of Light Reading, Heavy Reading indicates that cable companies in US are revamping their video programming offerings. The cable ops are primarily doing it to fend off growing...

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Disney, Cisco Systems, Intel invest in MovieBeam, Inc.

MUMBAI: The Walt Disney Company, Cisco Systems and Intel Corporation, through its leading investment arm Intel Capital have invested in MovieBeam, Inc., a newly formed digital entertainment venture.

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Scientific-Atlanta shareholders approve acquisition by Cisco Systems

MUMBAI: Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. has announced that its shareholders approved the company's acquisition by Cisco Systems, Inc. at a special meeting held this morning. Shareholders will receive $43.00 in cash for each Scientific-Atlanta share they own following the closing of the transaction.

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CDN Japan commences broadband content distribution

CDN Japan has started distributing 100-150 broadband content programs to a quarter of a million home users in Japan from Tuesday.

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