Monday, April 18, 2005
Crown Castle's DVB-H to use Microsoft technology
Crown Castle will use Windows Media Audio and Video to deliver a wireless TV service via DVB-H. See Crown Castle to use Microsoft technology for wireless TV service. Also see my previous post on DVB-H. This is pretty significant since it makes it very easy for Microsoft Smartphones (such as Orange SPV C500) to support this service since they have Windows Media functionality built in. It might also explain this recent collaboration between Microsoft and Nokia.