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AT&T Has a Thing for Media
In February 2000, AT&T announced their 'Ecosystem' which offers network infrastructure and hosting services. They’ve done it again, but this time focusing on

netscreens multicast  T Has a Thing for Media AT&T Has a Thing for Media A. Turner - August 7, 2000 Event Summary In July, AT&T announced its Ecosystem for Media, a network services platform with a co-marketing and distribution program that will allow companies to create, manage and distribute audio and video to millions of users over the Internet. Working closely with Inktomi, Microsoft, RealNetworks and other industry leaders, AT&T will leverage its data and Internet infrastructure, digital media production capabilities

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