Contributors   |   Messages   |   Polls   |   Resources   |  
Comments
Newest First | Oldest First | Threaded View
<<   <   Page 2 / 4   >   >>
mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
6/29/2016 6:05:49 PM
User Rank
Platinum
Re: Off on a tangent...
Flip video cams were well designed back in the day. And it's amazing that there aren't more copy-cat devices out there with similar easy-to-use interfaces. It's disconcerting that good UI is so hard to reproduce.

50%
50%
faryl
faryl
6/29/2016 4:49:16 PM
User Rank
Platinum
Re: Off on a tangent...
I wanted a flip cam forever and finally got my hands on one about 2 months before iPhones added video functionality. I still have videos that need to be offloaded from it though- the way the usb arm is set up, it's awkward to connect to a desktop.

50%
50%
Mike Robuck
Mike Robuck
6/29/2016 4:43:24 PM
User Rank
Author
Re: Off on a tangent...
Brian and I have a shared experience with Flip cams. Still have mine, but after using it this winter it has been retired.  

50%
50%
mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
6/29/2016 3:14:26 PM
User Rank
Platinum
Re: Off on a tangent...
> "Where did you find a picture of a Flip camera?"

Heh. do you need another picture? I have a Flip video camera somewhere... fascinating how that gadget was totally killed by GoPro and other cameras.

50%
50%
mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
6/29/2016 1:40:29 PM
User Rank
Platinum
Re: managing video
Current video consumption is still mostly downloading.. and not uploading. I wonder if there will be a second explosion of symmetric video traffic someday. It's starting to happen with some Vine videos and short clips, but it's not clear if users are going to want to upload as much as they download?

50%
50%
inkstainedwretch
inkstainedwretch
6/29/2016 1:07:46 PM
User Rank
Gold
Off on a tangent...
Where did you find a picture of a Flip camera?

-- Brian Santo

50%
50%
clrmoney
clrmoney
6/29/2016 11:14:05 AM
User Rank
Platinum
managing video
They should managed video so everting will be in order and ther won't be any problems or anything. This will be beneficial to all the customers who watch videos etc.

50%
50%
JohnBarnes
JohnBarnes
6/29/2016 8:18:21 AM
User Rank
Platinum
Welcome in!
I've already been enjoying your work, Adi.

I wonder whether there isn't a natural limit to the growth of mobile video and big video: people already spend so much time looking at screens, and so many people have already been recruited into perpetual viewership, that it seems like all potential for market expansion/growth has been tapped. One person can only watch a bit more than one screen at a time, and people have to sleep (and at least watch some things that are not purely idle choices); even allowing for every subsistence farmer, service worker, and factory worker in the world to somehow be on the screen from wake to sleep (I'm not sure I want to think about how the world will run, or not, in that situation), don't we eventually run out of eyes for all the content?

50%
50%
ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
6/29/2016 12:10:59 AM
User Rank
Platinum
Re: Video Explosion
I believe Big Video will increase as many subscribers are ditching large cable providers such as Comcast, TimeWarner and DirecTV who continually increase prices but don't increase the quality of customer service. 


There is no doubt about it. Looking at the speed video is evolving this push back for treaditional cable companies may not be too far away.

50%
50%
dlr5288
dlr5288
6/28/2016 11:36:37 PM
User Rank
Platinum
Re: More video expansion
Reaching the zettabyte is so impressive! And you're right in such a short period of time. It's exciting because who knows where we'll be in five or ten years from now!

50%
50%
<<   <   Page 2 / 4   >   >>


Latest Articles
Italy's 5G auction could exceed a government target of raising 2.5 billion ($2.9 billion) after attracting interest from companies outside the mobile market.
The emerging-markets operator is focusing on the humdrum business of connectivity and keeping quiet about some of its ill-fated 'digitalization' efforts.
Three UK has picked Huawei over existing radio access network suppliers Nokia and Samsung to build its 5G network.
Vendor says that it's its biggest 5G deal to date.
Verizon skates where the puck is going by waiting for standards-based 5G devices to launch its mobile service in 2019.
On-the-Air Thursdays Digital Audio
Orange has been one of the leading proponents of SDN and NFV. In this Telco Transformation radio show, Orange's John Isch provides some perspective on his company's NFV/SDN journey.
Special Huawei Video
10/16/2017
Huawei Network Transformation Seminar
The adoption of virtualization technology and cloud architectures by telecom network operators is now well underway but there is still a long way to go before the transition to an era of Network Functions Cloudification (NFC) is complete.
Video
The Small Cell Forum's CEO Sue Monahan says that small cells will be crucial for indoor 5G coverage, but challenges around business models, siting ...
People, strategy, a strong technology roadmap and new business processes are the key underpinnings of Telstra's digital transformation, COO Robyn ...
Eric Bozich, vice president of products and marketing at CenturyLink, talks about the challenges and opportunities of integrating Level 3 into ...
Epsilon's Mark Daley, director of digital strategy and business development, talks about digital transformation from a wholesale service provider ...
Bill Walker, CenturyLink's director of network architecture, shares his insights on why training isn't enough for IT employees and traditional ...
All Videos
Telco Transformation
About Us     Contact Us     Help     Register     Twitter     Facebook     RSS
Copyright © 2021 Light Reading, part of Informa Tech,
a division of Informa PLC. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy | Terms of Use
in partnership with