Over-the-top needs QoS management

April 2011
Broadcast Engineering (World Edition);Apr2011, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p6
The author reflects on the need for management on the quality of services (QoS) to meet the digital economy and obstacles. He cites the approaches of government to solve the problems on road traffic congestion such as toll road and electronic road pricing. He points that the internet use has evolved into primary media distribution platforms to be utilized on several business enterprises such as on road system, entertainment, media, and public transport. He discusses the net neutrality.


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