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Proponents Hope IP Multimedia Subsystems Will Propel Convergence

Technology’s combination of VoIP, cellular, and WiFi leads one analyst to call it the “holy grail” of convergence.
by Mark Fritz
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Oct 2005

Texas Instruments Joins the Video Fray—Again

Introduction of DaVinci could move TI to a dominant position across entire video acquisition and delivery chain.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Sep 2005

Mirror Image Adds Rollover Pricing, Gets Rid of Overage Fees

Taking a cue from the wireless industry's pricing models, the company hopes its new TotalValuePlan "matures the market," says COO Rozen.
Featured Articles, Posted 26 Sep 2005

Measuring ROI

Reduced travel and other cost savings aren't the only benefits that Web communications can bring your organization.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Sep 2005

Streaming Hurricane Katrina

For news providers and CDNs, the sustained spike in traffic during the hurricane and its aftermath gave them the chance to test the limits of their streaming capabilities. For viewers, streaming and on-demand video gave them their best look at the devastation.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Sep 2005

Commoditization and the Future of Content Delivery Networks: Part Two

In the second installment of this two-part article, we look at how commoditization might change the nature of CDNs.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Aug 2005

Multiple Delivery Mechanisms for Streaming

P2P, personal area networks, and progressive layering of downloads are just a few of the mechanisms that will ensure streaming's success in the future.
Featured Articles, Posted 03 Aug 2005

Commoditization and the Future of Content Delivery Networks: Part One

How are CDNs working to differentiate their services from their competitors in the face of the increasing commoditization of bandwidth?
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Jul 2005

Brave New Interfaces

By taking a cue from video games, the next generation of interfaces will give users new choices in what they watch.
Featured Articles, Posted 20 Jul 2005

Analysis: EU Issues Paper Threatens Internet Expression Worldwide

By suggesting that a version of the “fairness doctrine” be applied to the Web, proposed European Union regulations undercut the very nature of Internet communication.
Featured Articles, Posted 13 Jul 2005

Supreme Advice on Peer-to-Peer

The court’s ruling in the MGM v. Grokster case is good news for “legit” P2P media delivery, says Kontiki’s Stuart Clearly.
Featured Articles, Posted 30 Jun 2005

Profile: FeedRoom CEO Bart Feder

From the “Wild West” of the late 1990s to the stability and success it’s found today, the FeedRoom offers lessons in expanding the scope of corporate communications.
Featured Articles, Posted 29 Jun 2005

A Tale of Two Shows: Supercomm and Infocomm

If there was any doubt that streaming is now everywhere, a walk around either of these trade shows quickly dispelled that notion.
Featured Articles, Posted 15 Jun 2005

Looking into the Crystal Ball: The Future of Open-Standard Internet Video

At Streaming Media East last month, three industry experts took a look into the crystal ball, and reached different conclusions regarding whether the standards-based H.264 or Microsoft’s proprietary VC1 will win out.
Featured Articles, Posted 01 Jun 2005

Streaming Media East 2005: From the Show Floor

The exhibit booths and demonstrations at the recent Streaming Media East 2005 show revealed vendors and attendees bursting with excitement about the streaming industry.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 May 2005

Streaming Media East 2005 Wrap-Up: Part II

From wireless to video search, the conference sessions had something for everyone.
Featured Articles, Posted 25 May 2005

Streaming Media East 2005 Wrap-Up

The first of two reports from the conference and trade show reveals that the world of streaming and rich media delivery is healthier than ever.
Featured Articles, Posted 19 May 2005

Commentary: Macromedia Acquisition Solidifies Adobe’s Position

As the love fades from Adobe’s relationship with Apple, Macromedia’s Web development and video products could give the company a leg up in the creative tools war.
Featured Articles, Posted 04 May 2005

NAB 2005: Feet Don’t Fail Me Now

With a larger provider presence, smaller hardware, and more buzz about VC-1 and H.264, NAB has become a must-visit show.
Featured Articles, Posted 27 Apr 2005

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