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Proposed Standard Would Address Video Buffering

February 15th, 2011 02:10 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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Lucas123 writes “Sony, SanDisk and several other technology providers have formed a group and proposed a standard that would use predictive software to pre-load content onto mobile devices in order to preempt buffering issue due to bandwidth bottlenecks, which industry experts say will only worsen over time. ‘Intelligently coordinating content delivery in advance to local device storage lets consumers enjoy their video, games, periodicals, books and music when they’re ready,’ said Susan Kevorkian, a research director at IDC. The proposed standard also raises the question: do we really want Amazon downloading everything it thinks you want to your tablet?”

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