Mobile Video Technology Developments (Technical Insights)

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This research service provides the global technological developments across the field of mobile video technologies.

Table of Contents

Mobile Video Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryKey FindingsNoteworthy Emerging TechnologiesNoteworthy ApplicationsTechnology Drivers and Restraints BriefingTechnology AcceleratorsTechnology LimitationsMobile Video Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Technology and Applications ViewpointWorldwide Digital Video StandardsIntroductionDigital Video Broadcasting-Handheld (DVB-H)3G-324MMediaFLOAdvanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC)Integrated Services Digital Broadcasting (ISDB)Compression StandardsMotion Pictures Expert Group-2 (MPEG-2)MPEG-4H.264Enabling Network StandardsIntroductionGeneral Packet Radio Service (GPRS)Enhanced Data for GSM Evolution (EDGE)Wideband Code-Division Multiple Access (WCDMA)Technology Impact AnalysisAnalysis of Application SegmentsTechnology Roadmap and Innovation Assessment TableMobile Video Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factor AnalysisInfluential Market FactorsIndustry TrendsRegulatory and Political or Other FactorsPrimary Drivers & ChallengesPrimary Drivers AnalysisPrimary Challenges AnalysisMobile Video Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Assessment of Technology InnovationsNoteworthy Innovation at Key CompaniesInnovative Mobile Video Solutions--USA3G Video Telephony and Video Solutions--USANetwork and Device Agnostic Content Delivery Solution--IsraelEnabling Mobile Video Solutions--FinlandSoftware Solutions For Enabling Mobile Video--NetherlandsNew Nationwide 3G Services Network--USAMobile Video Services and Solutions--USAMobile Multimedia Content Browsing and Organizing Solutions--FranceNoteworthy Innovation at Key Academic and Government-related InstitutionsNovel Digital Video Research At Columbia University--USAPervasive Computing at University of Florida--USACodec Compression Research At DoCoMo Communications Laboratories--USASecure Mobile Video Research At The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign--USAMobile Technologies Research At The University of Bradford--UKCommunications Convergence Research at KETI--South KoreaDigital Broadcasting Research at ETRI--South KoreaMobile Video Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Database of Key Industry Participants & Patent InformationDatabase of Key Industry ParticipantsParticipants from the IndustryParticipants from AcademiaIntellectual Property InformationSelected Patents - 2005/2004Selected Patents - 2003Mobile Video Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2005 Science and Technology AwardsTechnology InnovationAward DescriptionAward RecipientProduct InnovationAward DescriptionAward RecipientExcellence in TechnologyAward DescriptionAward RecipientMobile Video Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Critical Reference TablesDecision Support DatabasesWorldwide Mobile Communication RevenueWorldwide Mobile SubscribersWorldwide Installed PC BaseWorldwide Television Broadcasting RevenueWorldwide Urban PopulationWorldwide ICT SpendingWorldwide Percent ICT SpendingWorldwide Television Penetration Per HouseholdWorldwide Cable Modem Broadband Penetration

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