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Technicolor sacrifices major deals for streamlined connected home

Mobile World Congress of all places played host to our long overdue catch up with Technicolor this week, gaining an unexpectedly detailed insight into the company’s roadmap. The long-term plan reads more like a suicide note than a masterplan at first, although Luis Martinez-Amago, President of Technicolor’s Connected Home division, did a decent job of convincing us otherwise. We say unexpected, given that our more recent coverage of Technicolor has been reduced to the gradual dismantling of a vendor which still to this day has some fundamentally important technologies. Martinez-Amago was quick to discredit the rumored attempts by Technicolor to sell off its CPE business, which quickly prompted conclusions that the unit was unsellable and therefore irrecoverable. “I was brought…

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