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Where did the money go? Everyone visiting New Orleans is asking, says Bill Quigley
The Digital Content Creation (DCC) market reached $2.9 billion in 2004, and will grow 8 percent to reach $3.2 billion in 2005, according to research.
BT is in advanced discussions with BSkyB, ITV and the BBC for the rights to offer consumers popular TV programmes over high-speed internet connections.
Decline in dial starts across Western Europe, uptake of broadband begins
Partnership to provide ISPs, mobile portals, mobile operators with a one-stop mobile instant messaging (IM) solution.
Microsoft and Hull University to develop first postgraduate .NET course for future IT innovators
Incumbents suffer the most, newer entrants shine
Germany is the largest country for content delivery infrastructure, $$$
Table by Giga, May 2000
Potential to reach over $10 Billion in 2002
Voice revenues to decline, say analysts
Just when the much faster technology VDSL is about to become available
Soaring demand for high-speed internet services, triggered by exponential demand for bandwidth and the increasing volume of traffic, is driving the need for broadband access, say analysts
But extended Content Management Products could eat into portal software market, 21 November 2001
Walking around the Content Management Show In London, 29 October 2001
Labyrinth of associated charges, say analysts 3 October 2001
New CM trend Identified by analysts, 19 September 2001
Frost and Sullivan says the VOD dream is now reality 23 August 2001, 10 am GMT
Affino latest version goes to market with a mission: make it to the top, 3 August 2001, 10 am GMT
Mobile portals likely to disappoint, but other mobile models will emerge, say analysts. 20 March 2001, 10 am GMT
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