AT&T to Flip On Qualcomm's Live Mobile-Video Platform

Spangler, Todd
February 2007
Multichannel News;2/19/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p9
The article reports on the launching of Qual-comm's MediaFLO, a live mobile-TV service, by the AT&T, wireless network in the U.S. Mark Siegel, executive director of media relations for the company's wireless unit, noted that the video service has an additional monthly charge and required the subscribers to have new phones. According to Gina Lombardi, president of MediaFLO USA, that the MediaFLO platform, having channel-switching time less than 2 seconds for DVB-H is an advantage.


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