Why has Qwest been stuck while AT&T and Verizon are successfully remaking themselves? This isn’t the way it started. Qwest was changing the world ten years ago. What happened and why has this company been struggling ever since? The bigger question is what is next. How will the company change after the acquisition by CenturyLink?
I’d say that it depends on what kind of service and QoS you are looking at. For example, when you say “video” you mean video conferencing and not something like VoD. The Bandwidth requirements will vary according to your service requirements.
Mobile phone is fast becoming a multifaceted device and watching TV on mobile phones could become as common as sending a text message in future. And, by future, I don’t mean to say 20 years from now or something like that. Just five years from now, mobile TV will be worth a whopping $40 billion. Hard to believe? Let’s get down to some numbers.
Weather you know it or not many people are using the Internet to get their TV already. Many thousands of cable TV customers are totally unaware that they are, in fact, using lista de canais iptv. Instead of a wide range of frequencies being sent to their cable box, each carrying a different channel, and having the cable box do the tuning, many modern cable boxes work a bit differently. When you press a button on your remote control to request a channel or video on demand program, a request is sent to the cable company’s head end. The appropriate program is then streamed using IP to the cable box, where it’s decoded and passed on to your TV.
Wow, this is the good part too. All of this stuff is the good part! Did you know that right now you can do video broadcasting right from your home office? Do you sell products or bake, or cook, or dance, or do martial arts, and you want to let the world know about it for a small fee.. a small monthly fee? Well, you can through a broadcasting medium similar to pay-per-view, because viewers pay for your broadcast. Can you say Cha-ching? You can even send and receive video email as simply as you can send text. Did you know that? I didn’t a short while ago. This is exciting stuff. Keep your ear to the ground or just look for more articles from me. I’m not sure if I’ll do more. I am just so excited about this, that I had to share it with someone.
The IPTV List last several years we have watched the telecommunications industry completely remake itself. We used to do business with both companies, because we had no choice. However an increasing number of customers are getting a choice.
The planning folks within your orginization have to bear in mind that there’ll be about three simultaneous HD streams – usually and nowadays the average number of streams per household. This means about 24 megabits give or take… without even considering the potential future applications (e.g. video telephony, personal broadcast). With potential future applications….. the bandwidth required to the Digital Home may go up to 50Mbps!
So there you go. I got Sony on top, with Nintendo right behind, and Microsoft a distant 3rd. Lots of cool stuff, and lots more questions. No matter how you look at it, 2011 is shaping up to be a very interesting year in gaming.