Intelligent video networking

October 2004
CED;Oct2004, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p49
Trade Publication
The article examines the role of video processing in next generation personalized video delivery. Recent years included a rapid deployment of digital services along with equally rapid transition of existing systems to high bandwidth capacities and bi-directional digital return capabilities. One of the most important standards adopted by the video operators is the Internet Protocol (IP), which was critical for the migration to video, voice and data services. Moreover, there is need for a new generation of video processing technologies that complement the IP and high-speed data switching infrastructure, creating a complete competitive video services delivery solution.


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