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Topic # 7134 22-Mar-2006 06:45
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Deutsche Telekom will use Microsoft IPTV on a broadband network "... expected to permit bandwidth of up to 50 Mbit/s and is planned for launch starting mid-2006 in 10 major German cities including Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne and Munich".

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  Reply # 31340 22-Mar-2006 22:00
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I guess we might get there by 2016 ! :-)

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  Reply # 31341 22-Mar-2006 22:06
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that early?




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  Reply # 31342 22-Mar-2006 22:35
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Surely he jests.

I'm sure we'll get it before our great-great-great-great-grandsons are born. Either that or when we start offering our first born up.




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