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TM to introduce new business models, usage based pricing within 3 years
TM plans to introduce usage based pricing within the next 2 to 3 years, feels higher speeds will lead to higher usage of value added services.
Digital disruption? Media Prima Radio Networks loves it
Media Prima Radio Networks’ CEO, Seelan Paul is a big fan of technology, especially digital, as it helps him make more money. In this first of a six-part series, he talks to Karamjit Singh about their new vision of becoming a music, lifestyle and entertainment brand with radio as just one channel.
DNA on BFM: A tale of three marketplaces
Today’s segment saw Karamjit Singh talking about his conversation with Ensogo CEO Krzysztof Marszalek, about Shopee introducing its own ‘university,’ and about SushiVid trying to create a marketplace to connect brands to YouTubers.
Icron and QEOS announce wireless breakthrough
Canada's Icron Technologies Corporation and Malaysia’s Quantum Electro Opto Systems Sdn Bhd (QEOS) have announced what they say was the industry’s first successful implementation of an indoor-optimised 60GHz wireless USB 2.0 link with QEOS’ new 60GHz single-chip transceiver.
Tablet and video pushing networks to the edge
The increasing consumption of video content on tablets, smartphones and other devices will push the wired broadband networks that carry this traffic to their absolute limits over the next decade, Bell Labs said, citing new research in the United States.
EarthTV zooms in on Asia
German satellite television network earthTV has announced plans for an aggressive push into the Asia Pacific region, making its first stop at the Asian Television Forum in Singapore come December.
Video hasn’t killed the text star yet
A new report by research firm eMarketer has found that use of short-form, written content still outweighs visual assets such as video and photos when it comes to digital marketing efforts.
Can’t go to the Olympics? Never mind, there’s always YouTube
Whether you’re a die-hard enthusiast or just a casual sports fan, this year’s Olympic games held in London will be different. For the first time in history, viewers can catch the largest multi-sporting event not only on traditional TV channels but also over the Internet.
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