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Verizon's Planned Acquisition Of OnCue Is About Cost Savings and Making FiOS TV 100% IP Based

I’ve read just about every piece on the web about Verizon’s plans to acquire the OnCue assets from Intel, and the one question I haven’t seen anyone answer is, what exactly is Verizon getting for their money?
is the technology to be able to make their FiOS TV service 100…hat is gravy. Verizon had a total of 6.1M FiOS Internet and 5.3M FiOS Video connections at http://digitaltransformation.frost.com/expert-insights/viewpoints/verizons-planned-acquisition-oncue-about-cost-savings-and-making-fios-tv-100-ip-based/