We build Powerful Architectures
The traditional video network was also modularized in time, space, functionality and organization as in today’s power network. But it has a drastically different architecture from the Internet. The thin waist of the TCP/IP layered architecture makes the network not only extremely robust to failures and attacks (one of the original motivations of the ARPAnet, the precursor to the Internet, was the survival of the network in a nuclear attack), but more importantly, robust to technological evolutions above and below the waist. This allows different parts of the network to be designed independently, deployed asynchronously, and evolve rapidly.
Moldtelecom IPTV – WidewineProject
RCS&RDS National Video Streaming