IPTV World Forum blogs are on videonet.
Overall there was a great attendance, with lots of people coming to Olympia to do business. The booths were decent although I didn’t spot many exciting innovations this year and as usual the conference was of varying quality, from gems to blatant sales pitches.
The 2010 conference taught me that Canvas is a purely British thing for now, and a few companies companies stood out for me:
- Netgem for their ability to do fancy stuff with run-of-the-mill chipsets,
- Echostar for finally winning a deserved award for Sling-loaded
- BeeSmart for their interesting freebee initiative,
- Intel for getting Sodaville up and running, most impressive with Amino.
But overall it was a good show on my subjective scale.
Day 1 blog post is here
Day 2 blog post is here
Day 3 blog post is here.
Also some in depth analysis of some of the issues I became aware of at the show to follow.