The Selling of MPEG Network Appliances

Fritz, Mark
January 2001
EMedia Magazine;Jan2001, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p34
Academic Journal
Deals with the state of the market for MPEG network appliances as of January 2001. Components of the network appliances for streaming MPEG video; Primary competition of the appliances; Advantages of video network appliances; Importance of the appliances in telemedicine.


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