Vimond Takes a Bite from the Big Apple

BERGEN and NEW YORK ― 25 January 2016                                                                  Vimond Media Solutions has opened a new regional office in New York city to support its growing business in North America. Overseeing this endeavour are Vimond’s CEO, Helge Høibraaten, and CTO, Glenn Pedersen, both now based in New York.   2015 saw large-scale deployments for Vimond in…

QoE: What Does it Really Mean Today?

We are now in an era where integrated end-to-end monitoring systems for QoS can do much more to ensure quality for the end user, by going far beyond mere verification that the equipment is functioning correctly, and instead giving the service provider total visibility and control over the integrity of the signal throughout the entire…

Go Behind the Curtain of the Digital Revolution

Digital computers have been commercially available for almost 70 years, and yet the digital “revolution” is a relatively new phenomenon, beginning in the early 1980s with the introduction of the IBM PC. Why the delay? Two words: speed and memory. And those two words lead to a third: cost. http://www.radioworld.com/article/go-behind-the-curtain-of-the-digital-revolution/277868#sthash.CveYncqG.dpuf

AT&T Offers Unlimited Video Streaming Plan

AT&T has announced that starting Tuesday, Jan. 12, new and existing AT&T consumer wireless customers who have or add AT&T DirecTV or AT&T U-Verse TV may sign up for the new AT&T Unlimited Plan. The new plan offers more data for video, playing games and surfing the web on mobile devices. Unlimited data and unlimited…

Searching Deeper on Online Video

But devices like Google’s Chromecast make search input easier by letting you do it on your smartphone. And voice-activated search, including the new Siri functionality Apple has added to its Apple TV device, is becoming commoner too. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/05/business/media/searching-deeper-on-online-video.html?WT.mc_id=SmartBriefs-Newsletter&WT.mc_ev=click&_r=1