Global networking company Ciena has launched what it says is the next-generaton optical and software technologies that empower network operators to tune, control and dynamically adjust optical capacity in an on-demand world where IoT, 5G, content delivery and cloud are rapidly redefining network requirements.
Telstra, Ericsson and The Fox Innovation Lab at 21st Century Fox have unveiled a claimed “revolutionary, first of its kind content delivery solution” which they say will pre-position personalised, premium movie content directly onto consumer devices, with no impact to device performance or consumer data plans.
Telstra Ventures has made an ‘equity investment’ in Elemental, ‘the leading supplier of software-defined video (SDV) solutions for multiscreen content delivery.’
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