QuickTime 7 technologies win major coup in Europe

By Derek Sooman on
Interoute, one of the largest voice and data networks in Europe, has taken the decision to support QuickTime 7 technologies, including a global deployment of the QuickTime Streaming. The company offers access to its service to corporate clients who demand data security and uncongested bandwidth. EMI Music is one company that utilises Interoute, in this case to distribute pre-release music using the company's Share! media distribution system. This news may also mean the widespread adoption of QuickTime 7 formats within the mobile phone industry, with Apple's senior director Mac OS X audio and vide Frank Casanova claiming that the move would "change the way users experience video on their computers and mobile phones."

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