On May 19, Nomura Research Institute (NRI) announced the “IT Roadmap” that forecasts the progress of Japanese information technology over the next five years.
According to the article, the technology that should be noted this year is the start of 1 Gbps optical service in the wired communication field. Broadband mobile phones in the wireless communication field. It is said that it is a full-scale deployment of IPv6 for telecommunications carriers.
What I would like to pay attention to is the further speedup of wired and wireless and the increase in bandwidth.
How will our lifestyle change when 1Gbps light becomes widespread? Video (TV and movies) are on the Internet, telephones are on the Internet, and videophones. If meetings are on the Internet, seminars, lectures, and sales activities are also on the Internet.
Would it be possible to have a business talk using the video conferencing system on the web instead of visiting the customer, and if you like it, have them place an order directly on the web?
Moreover, since wireless is also broadband, it can be realized wherever there is a mobile phone or laptop computer, rather than attending video conferences and business negotiations in the office.
I think that such a dream-like era is just around the corner.
The internet broadcasting plan has just been written! Perhaps the original draft had been in this CLIE for some time, it was quite a difficult task to put it into a proposal and write it down. Hmmm!
Many people, including myself, thought about the fusion of communication and broadcasting again due to the turmoil of Livedoor and Fuji TV, and as Mr. Horie said, “TV will disappear”, as Mr. Hie said, “TV will disappear”. I was worried about “it’s impossible to do it”.
And this issue was also an important issue for me …
Terrestrial digital broadcasting will soon begin in the area where I live. Creating interactive datacast content using BML seemed like a very attractive business, so I decided to invest! (Actually, I’m still thinking about it for a while …)
But recently … Apparently, I’m wondering if the way of thinking closer to Mr. Horie is correct.
In fact, this theme is the economic theory of openly of Saito professor of NIKKEI.NET BizPlus, 41st, “television of disappearing day “is the one to come,” it was a commentary that I see in!
pointed out that “TV is a railroad and the Internet is a car.” Just as railroads do not disappear, so does television. However, the mainstream of the times is motorization and the Internet. Television is nothing more than one of the various media.
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Saito’s professor has been defeated.
Today, railroads are changing to cars, office computers are changing to personal computers, and management organizations are shifting from line-type top-down organizations to amoeba-type organizations. I strongly think that it will change in both directions.
By the way, I also made a big shift to Internet broadcasting!
I immediately hit a customer with an internet broadcasting project. I’m sure this project will succeed!
Wired broad GYAO is also amazing!