Internet Protocol Television IPTV Seminar report
The first digital revolution began a decade ago with the mass adoption of internet and the World Wide Web and the launch of digital television services via cable, satellite and terrestrial networks. These two remarkable developments in communication coincided, but failed to converge. Several attempts were made to marry broadcast television with the internet, but even as analog television began to give way to digital, the medium and the TV screen remained resolutely detached from the PC and the global network of the internet. As we enter the 2nd digital revolution, as a result of high bandwidth and high speed internet access, it has become possible to transmit television and other audio and video services over broadband data networks over a single connection. That could be over a cable television system but it could equally be over a telephone line. In earlier days, the speed of the Internet did not suit the television transmission concept and, as a result, it affected the voice and video services. In recent times, the speed of Internet and bandwidth has increased considerably, making IPTV prevail and become reasonably successful.
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