Philips, TI, Liberate Show MPEG-4 ADSL Set-Top

Iler, David
April 2000
Multichannel News;04/17/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 16, p49
Reports that Philips Consumer Electronics Co., Liberate Technologies, Texas Instruments Inc. and Wave Systems Corp. are supporting the MPEG-4 digital video compression standard. Demonstration of an asymmetrical digital subscriber line (DSL) set-top box; Streaming video-on-demand (VOD) application based on Philips' MPEG-4 technology; Ways of delivering MPEG-4 content.


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