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Network convergence in China, 2012
Tom Lo, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Tuesday 3 January 2012]
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Network convergence combining telecom, broadcast and Internet on a single platform to deliver voice, data and video content to devices has already begun in China and trial services are operating in a number of cities, but China's broadcast operators and telecoms have their own areas of business and run different services on their own networks and terminal equipment so issues remain. This Digitimes Research Special Report examines the major players, government guidelines and market segments shaping triple network convergence in China in 2012.
Abstract
Selected cities with cable TV systems listed for NGB demonstration and operating broadband access to the Internet

Network convergence combining telecom, broadcast and Internet on a single platform to deliver voice, data and video content to devices has already begun in China and trial services are operating in a number of cities, but China's broadcast operators and telecoms have their own areas of business and run different services on their own networks and terminal equipment so issues remain.

This Digitimes Research Special Report examines the major players, government guidelines and market segments shaping triple network convergence in China in 2012.

Table of contents
Price: NT$48,000 (approx. US$1,685)

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