Video Broadcasting over Mobile Internet
Downloading or streaming video is one thing, and has its own challenges over mobile internet.
But when you want to broadcast video or participate in two-way video conferences then there's a new challenge to understand - and that's upload capacity.
This brand new guide is being written to address these unique concerns, and is slated for January 2010.
Included in this Guide:
- How Upload Capacity Differs from Download
- Getting Better Upload Capacity
- Using smartphones and tablets for video broadcasting
- Broadcast vs two-way conferencing
- Overview of Video Broadcast Services
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