DivXNetworks takes on MP3 from Fraunhofer IIS & Thompson



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 DivXNetworks which is behind the popular high quality DivX  codec has announced that they will be taking on the MP3 technologies from  Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson under a strategic licensing...
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I used to DivX all the time. Now DVD-R disks are affordable I’ve stopped DivX entirely. But DivX could be a choice for large content transfer across the wire (Bittorrent, P2P). If only the telecom companies upgrade their network to fiber and then make it affordable for consumers. Here in Australia, a 650MB file takes a few days if not a week to download - even with Bittorrent…:c


Well you must be on dialup. Try ADSL2. I’m on a 8Mbps plan (10 mins to get a 650 meg file) which is being upped to 12Mbps for testing purposes. All this and 20 gig download limit for 49.95 per month in Australia.


Thompson => Thomson :o