LVCC, North Hall N262
Content in the Cloud
Join us for six insightful keynotes and four lively panel discussions highlighting the latest advancements in cloud-based solutions for content distribution. Insiders share how changes and progress in the cloud are revolutionizing data storage and delivery. The effects are being felt across the CE industry, and it’s only just begun! We pay special attention to the impact of cloud-delivered, high-value entertainment on consumers, telecom industries, the media, and consumer electronics (CE) manufacturers.
January 9, 2013
What Is Content in the Cloud, Really?
The Impact on Consumers of Implementing Cloud Computing for Media Access and Storage
Consumer Benefits of Cloud-Delivered Content: Ubiquity, Cost, Portability Improvements Keynote
Consumer Drawbacks of Cloud-Delivered Content: Privacy, Reliability, Security Issues Keynote
The Impact on Telecommunications Industries of Cloud Computing
What does cloud computing mean to broadband network operators in terms of managing their intellectual property (IP), allocating network resources, and developing and provisioning new services?
Telecommunications Industry Benefits & Drawbacks of Cloud-Delivered Content: New Opportunities vs. Infrastructure Challenges Keynote
The Impact on Entertainment Industries of Cloud Computing
Entertainment Industry Benefits & Drawbacks of Cloud-Delivered Content: Flexibility and Reach vs. Disruption and Accountability Keynote
Consumer Electronics (CE) Manufacturer Benefits and Drawbacks of Cloud-Delivered Content: Expanded Opportunities for New Products and Recurring Revenue Streams; New Challenges Related to Interoperability and Data Security Keynote
The Impact on CE Manufacturers of Cloud Computing Deployment