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Re: AT&T: 15 Mbps Internet connections "irrelevant"
Hello; On Apr 1, 2006, at 3:54 PM, Simon Lockhart wrote:
Also, I think that the majority of IP TV deployments right now are not in the US.On Sat Apr 01, 2006 at 01:26:51PM -0600, Frank Bulk wrote:Agreed. However, I'd say that any IPTV provider currently using MPEG2 wouldThe majority of U.S.-based IP TV deployments are not using MPEG-4
In the last IPTV trade show I went to (TVoDSL in Paris in January), I don't recall a singleI disagree. There are several MPEG4 capable STB available now, and they allin fact, you would be hard-pressed to find an MPEG-4 capable STB working with middleware.
MPEG STB or IPTV system vendor who wasn't either showing or promising H.264 support.
SD MPEG-2 runs around ~4 Mbps today and HD MPEG-2 is ~19 Mbps. With ADSL2+Anyone looking to do HD will be looking at H.264, and looking to bring the
Which you would in the US, but maybe not everywhere (yet).
Simon (Currently working on an H.264 IPTV deployment) --
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