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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Mar 17, 2009
PTC, the Product Development Company® today announced that Samsung Electronics Co., LTD (SEC), a leading digital products manufacturer of mobile phones, televisions, and semiconductors, has selected PTC Windchill as its digital product development data repository to manage an integrated BOM of mechanical, electrical and software data across its globally distributed product development environment. Windchill is the standard enterprise PLM solution at SEC because of its powerful, Web-based support of key product development processes on a single technology architecture and execution environment.
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ibm, telelogic, samsung, ptc windchill, press release, electronics industry, product development, global bom, product lifecycle management, content management, dynamic publishing
    
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Published By: Signiant     Published Date: Aug 14, 2008
Never before has the Media and Entertainment (M&E) industry seen such rapid change in business models, adoption of digital technologies, and global, distributed, collaborative workflows. New business ventures, consolidation of terrestrial-based television stations, broadband penetration, time-to-market pressures, and shifting audience viewership are some of the ingredients that are contributing to the re-definitions that are taking place in the M&E industry.
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signiant, digital media, supply chain, information management
    
Signiant
Published By: Asentria Corporation     Published Date: Sep 04, 2007
As a provider of cable television, telephone, and high-speed Internet for the City of Burlington, Vermont, Burlington Telecom (BT) offers communication services to more than 16,000 homes. By the end of 2008, BT’s communications infrastructure will allow every home and business in the city to have access to its fiber optic network.
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telecom alarms, snmp traps, remote site managers, terminal servers, remote access, snmp monitoring, snmp, contact closures, fault management, network management, remote site monitoring, remote site alarms, environmental monitoring, network alarm monitoring, network alarm management, remote telemetry units, alarm management system, network management systems, network monitoring, protocol mediation
    
Asentria Corporation
Published By: Asentria Corporation     Published Date: Sep 04, 2007
As an equipment provider for worldwide, national and regional radio and television facilities, Transcom Corporation, headquartered in Huntingdon Valley, Pa., has been meeting the broadcasting capability needs of stations worldwide since 1978. Transcom specializes in distributing new TV transmitters, antenna, cable, Studio Transmitter Link (STL) and audio equipment that enable television and radio stations to transmit sound and video from the studio to the antenna.
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telecom alarms, snmp traps, remote site managers, terminal servers, remote access, snmp monitoring, snmp, contact closures, fault management, network management, remote site monitoring, remote site alarms, environmental monitoring, network alarm monitoring, network alarm management, remote telemetry units, alarm management system, network management systems, network monitoring, protocol mediation
    
Asentria Corporation
Published By: Signiant Inc.     Published Date: Aug 14, 2008
Never before has the Media and Entertainment (M&E) industry seen such rapid change in business models, adoption of digital technologies, and global, distributed, collaborative workflows. New business ventures, consolidation of terrestrial-based television stations, broadband penetration, time-to-market pressures, and shifting audience viewership are some of the ingredients that are contributing to the re-definitions that are taking place in the M&E industry.
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signiant, digital media, supply chain, information management
    
Signiant Inc.
Published By: Sparta Social Networks     Published Date: Oct 10, 2008
Available in more than 74 million homes, Oxygen Media (Oh!), the cable-television network co-founded by Oprah Winfrey, was looking for innovative ways to introduce a new weekly television program and drive viewership. The strategy: Launch an $8 million marketing campaign that included an online community where viewers would invite and encourage friends to watch the show. Because the premiere dates of television shows are fixed, the network had to get its online community up and running quickly. Download this case study to learn more.
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sparta, social network, oxygen
    
Sparta Social Networks
Published By: Turn     Published Date: Mar 13, 2013
Advertising: Bridging TV & Internet
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digital marketing, multichannel marketing, advertising, television advertising, internet advertising
    
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