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DEFINITION: Digital multimedia broadcasting (DMB) is a method of multicasting multimedia content to mobile and portable devices, such as cell phones, by satellite or terrestrial services, or a combination of the two. Some DMB-capable receiving devices can render content that isindividualized to the location or subscriber. Common examples of multimedia broadcast content include: Text and audio Text, audio,  … 
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VIDEO: This video highlights a service that allows you to enhance collaboration between team members, partners, suppliers, and customers.
Posted: 05 Nov 2014 | Premiered: 27 Jun 2014

TATA Communications

WAN Optimization for Today and Tomorrow: Enterprise Applications
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WEBCAST: Over 80% of applications are accessed over the Web. SAP, Business Objects and Salesforce.com, along with collaboration applications like Sharepoint, are all dependent on the same bandwidth. How do you optimize bandwidth to ensure these applications are performing within acceptable SLAs?
Posted: 14 Feb 2011 | Premiered: Feb 14, 2011

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Customer Success Story: Charlotte County Public Schools Optimize WAN Performance with Blue Coat
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WEBCAST: Watch this webcast to learn about the challenges and successes of Chris Bress, Director of Learning Through Technology for a public school system in Florida, which serves 17,000 students.
Posted: 09 Jul 2009 | Premiered: Jul 9, 2009

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VIDEO SERVICES DEFINITION (continued): … Digital multimedia broadcasting (DMB) is a method of multicasting multimedia content to mobile and portable devices, such as cell phones, by satellite or terrestrial services, or a combination of the two. Some DMB-capable receiving devices can render content that isindividualized to the location or subscriber. Common examples of multimedia broadcast content include: Text and audio Text, audio, and still or animated graphics Audio and full-motion video Text, audio, and full-motion video Multiple, concurrent display areas, images, or programsThe most popular application of DMB is mobile television. Movies, video clips,music, RSS feeds, and text messages can also be transmitted. Mostexisting and proposed DMB services operate on a fee-based subscriptionbasis, although advertising has been suggested as a revenue source. Afree state-operated DMB service is available in South Korea.
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