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batye
batye
7/7/2016 3:34:10 AM
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Re: Off on a tangent...
@dlr5288 technology did change it :) I keep hearing idepended movie makers use Iphone 6s to make HD movies... - http://www.wired.com/2014/09/iphone-6-filmmaking/ 

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batye
batye
7/7/2016 3:31:59 AM
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Re: Off on a tangent...
@ms.akkineni yes it funny, but this days seniors have income to spend on technology.... and they want easy way to access it... 

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batye
batye
7/7/2016 3:29:29 AM
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Re: managing video
@Adi in Canada it starting to catch up finally... but enterprise video applications have long way to go in North America...

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Adi
Adi
7/4/2016 5:46:29 AM
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Many thanks, and keep the comments coming
Many thanks to all of you for your kind comments and for engaging with the Video Transformation content. Looking forward to more interesting and informative discussions here.

 

 

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Adi
Adi
7/4/2016 5:44:54 AM
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Re: managing video
@mhhf1ve  that's very true. Uploading is also ramping up but the sheer volume of downloads is so monumental that it gets lost in the mix. Video communications and enterprise video applications are likely to grow substantially in coming years, so I think that might affect upstream capacity significantly. But as a percentage of downstream, I think it will still be comparatively low.

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Adi
Adi
7/4/2016 5:41:59 AM
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Re: Off on a tangent...
Nice catch, Brian! :)

I came across it and just felt it deserved to be put up there as a contributor to the Big Video explosion. 

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Business93414
Business93414
7/1/2016 3:42:28 AM
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Video growth: Investments versus Business objective
Tks very interesting.

Video is indeed often already more than 50% of Telco mobile data traffic. For some Telcos, the revenue split between voice and data revenue is now 50/50. Putting those numbers together, tells us that video alone drives 25% of Telco revenue today. The more people watch video, the more mobile data revenue is made (assuming not flat rate). Actually, by introducing methods to improve QoE, this video consumption can be further increased and while this require invesments, this drives new costs. That's why I think that one of the "hot" questions in the industry is indeed how to define the "optimum" between the required investment  to support video growth and the business objective for new revenue (as well satisfaction).

 

 

 

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
6/30/2016 3:38:47 PM
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Re: Off on a tangent...
@faryl:

That's a very funny. But if you think about, you are very true. They seemed to be pretty user friendly. I never got a chance to use that ever though.

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faryl
faryl
6/29/2016 10:08:21 PM
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Re: Off on a tangent...
They were super user-friendly, you're right!

It's like they were designed with grandparents in mind (I think I may have actually given my mom one as a gift) :-)

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dlr5288
dlr5288
6/29/2016 9:25:45 PM
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Re: Off on a tangent...
That's crazy! I remember those. I remember wanting one but you're right then the iPhone videos came out and I really forgot about it. Seeing how far video has come is so interesting to me.

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