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The Media Internet supports professional and novice content producers and is at the crossroads of digital multimedia content and Internet technologies. It encompasses two main aspects: Media being delivered through Internet networking technologies (including hybrid technologies) and Media being generated, consumed, shared and experienced on the web.

nextMEDIA special session: International Conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia (Chania, Greece) 14-16 July 2010

The International Conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia ( will take place in Chania, Greece.

TEMU2010 is an international conference to present new and original research results and the latest state-of-the-art in Telecommunications and Multimedia. It fosters communication and discussion among researchers, scientists and students working in the design, implementation and application of telecommunications and multimedia fields. The conference will provide three-day Scientific Program, including presentations of invited and regular papers from manufacturers, academia and services providers.

nextMEDIA is organising a special session called “Future Media Internet” in the event: see for more information.

The scope of the conference includes but is not limited to:

Network & Service Infrastructures
Beyond NGN
Ad-Hoc and Mobile Networks
Satellite & Space Communications
Cognitive Radio & Dynamic Spectrum Access
Optical Communications and Fiber Optics
Broadcasting Future Media Internet
Broadcasting Internet Platforms
Cloud Computing & Network Virtualisation
Content aware networks
Network aware services
IPTV, Mobile TV and P2PTV
Service Architectures and Software Engineering
Multimedia Authoring Tools
Testbeds and experimentation
Energy saving and green technologies
Quality of Service
Security, Privacy and Billing
Electronic commerce

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