AT&T Labs eyes 3D TV technology

As IPTV News ramps up its promotion of the IPTV World Forum 2010 event taking place next month in London, the publication has an interview with one of the event's keynote speakers, Peter Hill, vice president of video and converged services at AT&T Labs.

Notable among Hill's admissions in the Q&A is that AT&T is already testing 3D TV technologies in the lab setting. This may not necessarily be a surprise because 3D TV solutions were among the big hits of the recent Consumer Electronics Show, and it's likely that other service providers are at the same testing stage. However, the admission shows AT&T is not shying away from spending lab hours working on a new technology whose business case remains far from being fully developed.

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