(redirected from QuickTime TV)
QTVQuick Time Virtual Reality
QTVQuality Television (Philippine cable TV channel)
QTVQuickTime TV (Apple Computer, Inc.)
QTVQualified Through Verification (USDA)
QTVQueer Television
QTVQuran Television
QTVQuaker Television (New Philadelphia, OH)
QTVQuake Television (gaming)
QTVGuard My Frequency (radiotelegraphy)
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Apple introduced QuickTime TV (QTV), a high-quality network for web-based video and audio.
The keynote was streamed over Apple's QuickTime TV (QTV) network managed by Akamai.
Version 5 offers an improved user interface with new audio controls, a 'hot picks' guide and a QuickTime TV channels display.
We've also done a deal with Apple to have it hosted on their Quicktime TV site along with CNN, MTV, VH-1, etc - and that gets a million hits a day.
Apple Computer Inc added new partners to support its QuickTime TV initiative yesterday, as interim CEO Steve Jobs told the Seybold Conference that Apple "was very serious" about its QuickTime technology, particularly QuickTime TV.
Akamai's EdgeSuite Service will provide the worldwide infrastructure to support content delivery for Apple.com and Apple's software downloads, and will continue to serve as the worldwide backbone for QuickTime TV (QTV).
In addition Akamai's technology will continue to serve as the worldwide backbone for Apple's web-based QuickTime TV information and entertainment offering.
Utilising Akamai Technologies' FreeFlow content delivery service and Novell's Internet Caching System, the technology will also be able to cache live streams from Apple's QuickTime TV network, enabling viewers of live Internet content to pause, rewind or fast forward the streams.
Meantime, Apple is using Akamai to deliver its QuickTime TV service.
Apple has added ten new channels to its Internet-based network for streaming audio and video, QuickTime TV (QTV).
Jobs also announced a partnership with Akamai to deliver the QuickTime TV network, a service that combines Apple's existing QuickTime 4.0 player (the TV desktop receiver) with its QuickTime streaming server (the TV station) and Akamai's server network of over 900 geographically dispersed servers in over 15 countries.
In other news, Apple is to add six new channels -CNN.com, MTV, Nickelodeon, TV Land, Financial Times and tv-radio.com - to the lineup of content providers for QuickTime TV, its Internet-based network for streaming audio and video.