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More internet users and devices, faster broadband speeds and more video viewing will result in global IP traffic reaching 1.6 zettabytes by 2018.
The 2012 London Games requires the participation of multiple content delivery providers internationally in order to service intense demand for mobile and broadband video. Tempe, Arizona-based Limelight Networks is in the center of it.
Networks will be taxed to the limit as bandwidth demand surges as HD video and various applications gobble up resources.
The average broadband connection speed drops by around a third during the evening, a uSwitch survey published on Wednesday has shown.It is well-known that evenings are the busiest time for web-surfing, as people are at home, awake and liable to engage in relatively heavy-duty online video consumption and music downloading.
The National Broadband Network Company (NBN Co) has unveiled plans to launch its multi-cast video product, which will allow video services such as Foxtel to be delivered through the NBN in the middle of 2012, but the product will only be available for premises in the fibre footprint.
IVE (Instant Video Everywhere) is a PC-based service that enables you to make free unlimited video and voice calls. Call your friends,...
Video-on-demand, VoIP and online gameplay applications are noticeably slower over Wi-Fi than using wired Ethernet connections, the broadband analytics firm Epitiro has said.The company said on Thursday that a small drop in wireless signal can lead to a drop in download speeds of 30 percent and an increase of between 10-20 percent in latency, with packet loss and jitter also being affected.
Connection and video streaming are among main issues concerning quality of mobile broadband surfing here, while a significant portion of users are willing to pay a premium for improved experience, finds a survey.
ShiftCast is a Broadband Entertainment System for your PC. With ShiftCast, you can watch movies, videos, Live TV, listen to music and...
Microsoft's Mobile OS Maze, YouTube's video editing tool and the FCC's next step toward a national broadband plan are among today's top headlines. Get the rolling posts by RSS, or email.
Cable TV operator Foxtel has asked the nation's competition regulator to let it provide what appears to be a new internet video service through its iQ and iQ2 set-top boxes on the condition that customers have a broadband connection with its part-owner Telstra.
The U.S. Senate convened a hearing (Consumers, Competition, and Consolidation in the Video and Broadband Market) today regarding the NBC Universal - Comcast merger. It wasn't a free for all many expected. Comcast faced difficult questions. Net Neutrality suggested as a precondition to approval.
The internet's inner workings are a mysterious thing to most people, even to most of the coffee shop geeksperts who ponder the implications of each new free cloud app that is presented for their approval on their laptops as they enjoy their morning latte.The underlying plumbing isn't sexy - it's just there and works like the coffee shop restroom, and if it stops working that's a big #fail and people should be publicly chastised online: that's the power of the social internet.
There's a certain ridiculousness to Alcatel-Lucent's National Broadband Network video production that goes to the heart of an obvious worry that it will ultimately be left out when the cheques are signed.
Get the full picture on the Tasmanian leg of the National Broadband Network in this wide-ranging video interview with TNBN Company chairman and ex-Telstra executive Doug Campbell.
ACT senator and former shadow Minister for ICT Kate Lundy told ZDNet.com.au last month in a video interview that a project as large as the National Broadband Network was bound to see schedule slippage.
Comcast's triple play of video, broadband and phone service proved to be a winning formula in the cable giant's first quarter. The company delivered first quarter earnings of $732 million, or 27 cents a share, on revenue of $8.
Having seen exponential mobile growth, country now expects to see broadband and video take off in big way, say delegates at recent convergence event.
If the Coalition were back in power today it would bring back the $950 million rural broadband network plans which Communications Minister Stephen Conroy cancelled, Shadow Minister Nick Minchin said in a video interview with ZDNet.com.au last week.
Shadow Communications Minister Nick Minchin speaks to ZDNet.com.au in this video interview about his fight for the best broadband outcome for the Australian public.
By 2013, there will be over 140 mln U.S. consumers paying for mobile broadband, which will extend video, communication, networking, and support services to all sorts of devices. Parks Associates forecasts 4.5 bln mobile phone users worldwide by 2013, with many people using these devices as gateways for entertainment services, community information, and social networking. [...]
Telstra's exit from the National Broadband Network process will help focus industry attention on the industrial action being held by its workers, the company's main union states in this video interview.
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