Cable knows it has to continually innovate in order to compete for a spot in today’s connected home. Cable also knows a big part of that innovation has to come in the form of creating a more energy efficient set-top box.
The Steering Committee for the unprecedented Set-Top Box Energy Conservation Agreement that NCTA and CEA announced last December convened its second meeting in Denver last Friday to continue implementation of the significant commitments that will lead to annual energy savings of $1.5 billion for American consumers.
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By Neal Goldberg, NCTA and Doug Johnson, CEA
The unprecedented, voluntary Set-Top Box Energy Conservation Agreement that NCTA and CEA announced last December was just the first step in the multichannel video industry’s effort to implement significant commitments that will lead to annual savings of $1.5 billion for American consumers.