The agreement focuses on the copy protection technology of the connecting point between an OpenCable(TM) point-of-deployment (POD) module and the OpenCable set top box.
What does POD stand for?
POD stands for Point-Of-Deployment (cable TV)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 207 other meanings of POD in our Acronym Attic
- Point of Destination (navigation)
- Point Of Destitution
- Point of Destruction (computer gaming clan)
- Point of Development
- Point of Difference
- Point of Discharge
- Point of Disconnection
- Point of Dispensing
- Point of Distribution
- Point of Divergence (alternate history)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The point-of-deployment security module (POD) allows consumers to access cable services by using a security card instead of a set-top box.
CableLabs is also working to manage the development of a point-of-deployment removable security module in time for that deadline.
In a significant move toward OpenCable and set-top portability, Panasonic (Booth LVCC South 1&2 2001) will demonstrate a new prototype digital cable-ready television set equipped with Scientific-Atlanta's PowerKEY(R) conditional access point-of-deployment (POD) module.
BUSINESS WIRE)--June 6, 2003 CableLabs(R) announced today that the OpenCable(TM) Certification Board has awarded qualified status to a point-of-deployment (POD) removable security module from Scientific-Atlanta (SA).
The CableLabs' test bed will provide a point-of-deployment (POD) interface for manufacturers to test security modules for next-generation digital devices.
The agreement focuses on the copy protection technology of the connecting point between an OpenCable(TM) point-of-deployment (POD) card and the OpenCable set-top box.
OpenCable reached its initial goal of a common hardware platform in mid-2000, with the availability of interoperable Point-of-Deployment (POD), or removable security, modules.