More internet users and devices, faster broadband speeds and more video viewing will result in global IP traffic reaching 1.6 zettabytes by 2018.
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Telstra is giving its customers and third party developers the opportunity to create apps for its voice and video cloud, Telstra IP Telephony solution.
D-Link's network video recorder is aimed at small businesses requiring an IP-based video surveillance system that isn't too complex or expensive.
Avaya Video Collaboration Solution for IP Office is a simple, affordable yet comprehensive desktop, mobile and HD room-system video collaboration capabilities designed specifically for the SMBs.
BT launches a Global IP Exchange hub in Singapore, a platform which it says will allow telcos to interconnect traditional voice calls and voice-over-IP, and offer new services such as HD voice and video calls.
If you missed out on the short-lived VLC iOS app -- don't fret -- there's a solution for the venerable open-source video player.
The world-leading broadcaster, the BBC, lifted the lid on its latest venture, where back catalogues and archives of telly shows would be made available in a new iTunes-style service.
The web-based tool can scan IP ranges to find multi-function printers and photocopiers, VOIP devices and video-conferencing systems that are currently available over the internet.
A Chinese military propaganda video appears to show hacking software targeting U.S. IP addresses.
Walmart brings support for streaming video service Vudu to iPad, hopes it works out better than its MP3 store
Walmart has struck out battling digital music rivals, but the company hopes it has more success with Vudu, the online video service that it purchased in 2010 to compete against Netflix and iTunes. Already available on the PlayStation 3 and connected HDTV and Blu-ray players, Vudu is finally catching up to the competition by adding support for the iPad today.
Tech's worst kept secret: Apple's working on an audio and video streaming service that could challenge Netflix. Can iTunes Replay pose a credible challenge to the big "N?"
The Apple rumor du jour concerns one of the annoying drawbacks of iTunes and Apple TV video capabilities. AppleInsider is reporting that an "iTunes HD+" upgrade could be in the works that would finally bring 1080p HD videos to the iTunes ecosystem.
How big is iTunes? According to an industry newsletter, Apple will add as much as 12 petabytes for video storage.
The GSM Association's director of technology, Dan Warren, demonstrates Voice-over-LTE, the IP-based voice- and video-calling technology that is likely to dominate once 4G is the norm
Yesterday Skyfire, the browser that bought Flash video to the iPhone, made an early appearance in the Apple iTunes App Store. I paid my $2.99 and downloaded the app which promised to take Flash video and transcodes it into HTML5-compatible H.264 format, but due to overwhelming demand, I never got it to work.
VLC, that popular open source multimedia player, is now available as an app for the iPhone 4 and iPod touch in Apple's iTunes App Store.
Video content streaming from your home from services such as ITunes, Netflix and Amazon Video has now become a reality for bleeding edge technology adopters. But forget about it if you're on the road.
While Apple TV and iTunes upgrades are definitely the big talk of the day, there's another TV entertainment service with news. Sony's Qriocity video-on-demand service is expanding in Europe.
Cisco will buy the privately-held company to be part of the company's next-generation video architecture, delivering and monetising IP video
Cisco said it will acquire ExtendMedia, which makes video content management systems, for an undisclosed sum.
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