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Slides of my presentation at PATINNOVA 2009, Prague, April 2009.

Slides of my presentation at PATINNOVA 2009, Prague, April 2009.

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    IPTV, ubiquitous access to multimedia and DRM IPTV, ubiquitous access to multimedia and DRM Presentation Transcript

    • IPTV, ubiquitous access to multimedia and DRM Prof. Dr. Touradj Ebrahimi PATINNOVA 2009 Prague, 29 April 2009
    • What future for IPTV, Multimedia access, and DRM?
      • Often the future is not the result of one, but many trends occurring in parallel, which at times, when interacting, can lead to results not easily predictable when considering only one or a subset of such trends
    • A look into the past
      • What is fundamentally different between the old TV of 40s and today’s (IP)TV ?
    • A rather simplistic and evolutionary future …
      • Consequences of Moore’s law
        • Higher resolution content
        • Larger bandwidth networks
        • Bigger storage capacities
        • More sophisticated codecs/processing
      • No DRM or light DRM broadcast models
        • Pay more and get DRM free content
        • Pay monthly fee and get as much content as you want
    • A more complex and maybe more likely future
      • Prosumer (producer/consumer) models
        • Social networks
        • See Leonardo Chiariglione’s presentation on Media Delivery Value Chain (DMP)
      • New types of access to content
        • Podcasting
        • P2P
      • New security problems
        • Not only rights protection issues but also authentication and data integrity issues
    • A more complex and maybe more likely future
      • Quality of Experience rather than Quality of Service
        • Maximize experience and not signal fidelity
        • User-centric optimization rather than system optimization
      • Free content based business models
        • Co-existing with paying content based business models
        • Generating revenues from advertizing, etc.
      • New content
        • 3D, UHTV, HDR, …
    • Last words
      • Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future
        • Niels Bohr (1885-1962): Physics Nobel Prize Winner 1922
      • Is the end of (IP)TV as we imagined, near ?
        • Ask your children if they watch more (IP)TV or FaceBook and YouTube!