In the last decade, distribution of linear video content has been one of the key drivers for broadband service upgrades. During this period, IPTV became a significant player in the TV broadcast field, and it will only become more important
Good friend and excellent reader Dirk points me (via twitter) to this 1962 advert by Bell Telephone Systems on the Telephone of Tomorrow. Tomorrow back then was of course the year 2000.
The full ad is here, and it's
Last week I was lucky enough to experience (under embargo) Cisco's new home telepresence product, ūmi (pronounced you-me). The photo above shows me and my colleague Vince in front of the home TV we used for the demo. In
I'm coming back to a topic I dicussed already a few months ago, namely video-communication and the role that telcos could play in it. As you probably know if you read me, I'm convinced that TV6centric Video-Communication is as
I'm still struggling for time and I still haven't managed to write my new year blog post. That's when I'm glad I'm French, we have until January 31st to do that in France!
Meanwhile, a few tidbits of information:
Last November, I published a report as part of Yankee Group's syndicated research service examining the case for video-telephony. In this report I stated that telcos should be quick to embrace what is potentially a killer app' for FTTH adoption