Bandwidth management: Same old, same old

B. R. S.
December 2008
CED;Dec2008, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p24
Trade Publication
The article reflects on the importance of bandwidth management for the telecommunication sector in the U.S. It mentions that having managed with bandwidth is about as integral to the business as video compression. It expects more switched digital video (SDV) implementations, however, its rollout will continue to be gradual since it does not make economic sense.


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