Photos: Verizon's Fios TV

Photos: Verizon's Fios TV

Summary: The company is developing interactive features for its IP TV service, which uses a fiber optic network to deliver programming to customers.


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  • Photos: Fios screen menu

    Verizon shows off a user interface for the Fios service designed to make finding programs easier.

  • Photos: Gaming on Fios

    Verizon is testing an interactive gaming application in the Waltham home lab. Instead of loading onto a console, the game is hosted within the Verizon network. Each keystroke or movement of a joystick is transmitted over the Fios TV network to the gaming server.

  • Photos: Fios ONT

    The optical network terminal, or ONT, is installed on the outside of the house. The yellow cord is the fiber that carries all the voice, video and data traffic in and out of the home. The terminal also accommodates up to four telephone lines and an Ethernet port.

Topics: Fiber, Networking, Verizon

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