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April 8, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:40pm


By CBR Staff Writer

IBM Corp yesterday introduced its LogiCast package of digital broadcasting technologies and services for video and data, entering the development as its contender for the transition product between today’s analog and tomorrow’s high definition digital television. The LogiCast package includes a video server, storage and networking products, and is designed to give customers the flexibility to deliver their services to either televisions or personal computers. The company notes that a team it led has installed an end-to-end cable-based digital broadcast system in Italy for Stet SpA, which has been serving customers of Stream, the multimedia group formed by the state phine holding company to implement the new services since last September. IBM claims that until digital television is ready, LogiCast can be developed by broadcasters and others to offer some of these services, such as news, pre-selected Internet content, interactive education and enhanced adverts.

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