New Generation Non-Compressed Digital Transport Technologies Are Changing The Scope Of Today's Broadband Networks (1999)

By John Decker, Product Line Manager- Fiber Optics, Philips Broadband Networks

This paper discusses the following trends in Non-Compressed Digital Video Transport:

• Comparison of current technologies • Interconnects driven by new revenue sources • Economical digital interconnect improves business case • Feature list of new digital technology • Description of new revenue services • Business case structure for interconnects

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