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Media services' enhanced delivery: Tata teams up with DataMiner

Tata Communications has collaborated with Skyline Communications to use the latter’s DataMiner platform as the end-to-end network, service, SLA, and operational support system for its global media services.

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Convergence '17: Planetcast plans virtualised broadcast, Cyient lauds JAM

MUMBAI: Convergence India 2017 presented a complete picture of the current industry landscape and emerging technologies in the ICT, broadcast and digital media sectors. The inspiring keynotes and tech workshops on timely topics, led by industry experts encourage innovative thinking.

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Recordable optical disc market may reach 4,224m units by '25: Report

The recordable optical disc market is expected to demonstrate a CAGR of -5.6 per cent during the forecast period and reach 4,224 Mn units by 2025. Wide-ranging product types such as CD, DVD and Blu-Ray Disc are products that cater to large data storage demands across numerous industries thus...

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66pc Indians polled access pirated content, consumer education vital: Irdeto

MUMBAI: A new online consumer survey from Irdeto, the world leader in digital platform security, found that 71% of Indian consumers polled are aware that producing or sharing pirated video content is illegal, and 64% know that streaming or downloading pirated content is illegal. Despite this high...

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Google takes down 1.7 bn. ads for violating policies

In 2016, Google took down 1.7 billion ads that violated its advertising policies, more than double the amount of bad ads it took down in 2015, according to the latest ‘Better Ads Report’ for 2016 released by the company.

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