Main players 'will pick DVB-H' for personal TV, predicts Nokia

Reynolds, Melanie
July 2006
Electronics Weekly;7/12/2006, Issue 2249, p5
Trade Publication
This article reports that according to Nokia Corp., the mobile TV technology will be based on open standards and a competitive market. Harri Mannisto, director of multimedia business at Nokia, compared the new technology with GSM that was based on open standards and a competitive ecosystem. He says that DVB-H has the same possibility which will succeed for personal TV and video.


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