"Mobile TV" is an upcoming technology that will enable consumers and users to watch television on mobiles or cellphones. Mobile TV also assures to open improved opportunities for governments to provide enhanced services such as education, healthcare, safety and security to all citizens.
This advanced technology is soon to debut in India and everyone in the country is eager to new opportunities and benefits provided by this service. Today, mobiles or cell phones have become a ubiquitous device in India. People are looking for everything on their mobile phones, from organizing their work, keeping reminders to hearing music and playing games. That's the reason the desire and eagerness of Mobile TV came into picture.
Unveiling of mobile TV in India is natural evolution in technological innovation. This entertaining medium will definitely bring a revolution in media, wireless and broadcast industries. It will empower business users to get the latest stock information, teenager to enjoy their favorite shows and housewives to catch their favorite household items, all on the go.
Mobile TV is not a completely new concept in terms of technology as it simply blends the existing technologies of television and mobile phones. The convergence of these two technologies pioneer new forms of interactivity, facilitating delivery of persuasive content and services for a rich, high class, immersive consumer experience.
In many countries worldwide, Mobile TV has already launched and in India it is expected to launch this year. The country is expected to announce the 3G policy, a vital requirement for introducing this innovative technology.
GPRS edge or 3G, based on Java application, is the fundamental or basic requirement for launching mobile TV. Through this consumers can access all the channels provided by the subscribers. Other technology standards required for launching and introducing Mobile TV are FLO (Forward Link Only), DMB-T (Digital Video Broadcasting - Terrestrial), DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting - Handheld) and ISDB-T (Integrated Digital Broadcast-Terrestrial).
Ericsson and BPL mobile manufacturers are keen on establishing the Mobile TV platform for telecom patrons in India. It is believed that BPL is signing a partnership with China's ZTE to make the innovative technology of Mobile TV possible on GSM platform. It is expected to provide real time news channels such as NDTV, CNBC, Aajtak and Headlines Today.
Nokia, the world's largest mobile phones manufacturer, is planning to establish manufacturing hubs in India and China for manufacturing N-Series-Mobile TV Phones. Reliance Infocom is no exception, rather it's ahead of all. Reliance has already started offering news channels through video streaming on its CDMA network.
Mobile TV is as simple and convenient as you watch TV shows online . Online television was also a result of innovative technology and now mobile television is entering the market with lucrative business opportunities and convenient source of fun and entertainment, all your way.
So, just wait and watch to enjoy the benefits of Mobile TV in India.
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