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Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
Mit netherlands visit   3.7.2011
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  • 1. Network Coding and Reliable Communications GroupThe Future of Television: Internet, Mobility and Social Networks Marie-­‐José  Montpe/t  Ph.D.     Research  Scien/st  RLE   mariejo@mit.edu  
  • 2. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Acknowledgements•  Prof.  Muriel  Médard  •  NC  &  RC  Group  •  Henry  Holtzman  •  MAS  571  Community  
  • 3. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Disruptions +   +  +   +  
  • 4. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Disruptions and Challenges in Video Delivery –  Social  and  converged  video  experiences   –  Use  the  device  and  network    ecosystem  for  best  experience   –  Redefine  performance  metrics  by  adding  user  behavior   –  Content-­‐centric  and  cloud  based  networking   –  Combine  and  trade  storage  and  transmission   –  Address  content  protec/on  and  security  with  minimal  disrup/on   –  Heterogeneous  and  Mobile  Technology  Internet   –  Leverage  the  mobile  cloud  and  viral  communica/ons  for  community   viewing   –  Favor  robust  implementa/ons  across  devices  and  networks    3/9/11   4  
  • 5. Network Coding and Reliable Communications GroupTV Then: The Living-Room
  • 6. Network Coding and Reliable Communications GroupTV now: Towards the Cyber-Watercooler
  • 7. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group TV as an Experience•  Mobile   –  Not  just  device  and  networks  but  people    •  Social  (personal)   –  Not  just  people  but  devices  and  networks  •  And  more  and  more  IP  based   –  Both  OTT  and  controlled     The   anywhere/any/me/any  device  world     is  upon  us  
  • 8. Network Coding and Reliable Communications GroupNew paradigms for creation of television and videoservices in a network of technologies, services and consumers while keeping the TV “expected behavior”            
  • 9. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Watching TV•  The 3 I s –  Immediate –  Immersive –  Intimate•  And the 3 C’s –  Connectivity –  Communication –  Composition
  • 10. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Social DevicesMike  Shafran,  Ana  Luisa  Santos,  ReeD  Mar/n,    Henry  Holtzman  MIT  Media  Laboratory  Marie-­‐José  Montpe/t    MIT  Research  Laboratory  for  Electronics  
  • 11. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Social Viewing•  Community Generated Programming –  The cyber-living room –  The cyber-pub  
  • 12. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Our Research (1)•  Rediscover  networking   –  Collabora/ve  applica/ons   –  Content  distribu/on  architectures   –  Network/device  interconnec/vity   –  Green  networking  
  • 13. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Our Research (2)•  Rediscover  video  content  distribu/on  and   viewing   –  Consider  video  as  another  source  of  informa/on   –  Recognize  the  importance  of  wireless  for  next   genera/on  video   –  Enable  efficient  content  distribu/on  at  the  edge   –  Define  new  approaches  to  content  protec/on  in  a   social  viewing  space  
  • 14. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Some of our Collaborations•  Academia:   –  Lincoln  Labs,  Caltech,  U.  Aalborg,  U.  Porto,  U.   Waterloo  •  Industry   –  Technicolor,  BAE,  Intel,  ALU,  BT,  FT/Orange,   Huawei,  NBC-­‐Universal,  DeVito-­‐Verdi  
  • 15. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group Conclusion•  Future  of  TV:  Internet,  mobility,  social   networks   –  Linking  people,  devices  and  networks   –  Libera/ng  content  from  devices,  /me  and  space    
  • 16. Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group mariejo@mit.edu      3/9/11                 16  

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