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COMVU: Live Video from Mobile Phone to Broadcast Control Center Debuts at NAB 2007 May 30, 2007

Posted by Mustafa in 3G, Broadband, Broadband Pakistan, Cable, CDMA, Cellular, consumer, DSL, Global, GSM, hotspot, Internet, Internet TV, ISP, mobile, Network, Paksitan, Service Providers, Trainings, TV, Webcast.
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Just wanted to share this information with all of you … ComVu’s ‘PocketCaster’ has a GREAT potential to penetrate almost all level of users who have access to a Cell Phone with a Camera & an Internet Connection (GPRS, Edge, EVDO/3G etc).

It supports Live Webcast to a Blog/YouTube & creates an archieve to be downloaded / Stored for later use.

 I test the application using a Nokia E50 & a Nokia N95 using GPRS & Edge over Mobilink & Warid networks. It’s just amazing to see the Technological Advancements & how they can be put to positive use.

I would surely recommend to give it a test & amaze yourself 🙂

Read the following New’s item also



Worldwide 3G Subscribers Base will Grow 56% Annually from 2006 to 2010 May 15, 2007

Posted by Mustafa in 3G, Broadband, CDMA, Cellular, consumer, Global, hotspot, mobile, WCDMA, WiMAX, Wireless, WLAN, World, Worldwide.

Source: http://www.cellular-news.com/story/23725.php

The worldwide 3G subscribers base will grow at a CAGR of 55.93% for the period spanning from 2006 to 2010, where major share is contributed by Asia-Pacific regions, according to the latest research from RNCOS.

Among its key findings include:

  • CDMA2000 and WCDMA market is forecasted to account for 41% of the total worldwide wireless market by 2010.
  • WLAN industry is set for wider acceptance across all industry segments. Particularly, the high growth will come from WLAN home applications.
  • The standard 802.11n, anticipated to be formulated by 2007, will create exceptional uptake of technology as it has improved speed and security features.
  • China presents the major opportunity area, where WLAN customers will increase as prices of WLAN equipment are seeing downward trend.
  • The Indian hotspot market is on the cusp of a period of sustained growth. There are clear opportunities for full-fledged billing, PIN/security administration for hotspot users, and roaming solutions. Also, a more appropriate model around the hotspot (something similar to the Indian STD/ISD PCO or long-distance public calling office) needs to be developed making it a more attractive proposition to run a franchise or manage one.
  • Consumer Electronics and Mobile phones, IT Security market will present new growth opportunities for WLAN industry.