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Neon Crunch ready to move video-on-demand technology from lab to market

News | 12/14/2000 5:00 am EST
Some of North America’s largest telephone companies are testing a new Canadian technology that can deliver movies-on-demand over the Internet. Toronto-based Neon Crunch, a two-person R&D shop in Toronto, is touting its asynchronous list transmission (ALT) architecture as a low-cost alternative to more expensive systems which rely on specialized hardware and software to stream multimedia content (CNM, Sept. 13/99).

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