Plenty of people were predicting that VoIP would be the big story of this year's CES, but from the number of announcements, it's looking like video is the story of the show. Every other company seems to be announcing some kind of IP video solution. Sometimes the focus is on the home, and sometimes it's more mobile. Then, there's a company with Video in their company name, but whose product doesn't seem to focus on video at all, but on making WiFi networks a bit more reliable (which, in truth, would be useful for... oh yeah... mobile video).
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