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14 Aug 2016 Japan Broadcasts 8K [55106]
TechEye, August 3rd, 2016

Nick Farrell reports in TechEye, "The Land of the Rising Sun began the world's first regular 8K television broadcasts this week, five days ahead of the opening of the Olympic Games so that you will be able to watch people being infected with a Zita virus in super high res.

8K are broadcasts with a resolution of 7,680 x 4,320 pixels. That's 16 times the resolution of today's full high-definition (FHD) broadcasts and four times that of the 4K standard, which is only just emerging in many other countries..."
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03 Aug 2016 Japan Broadcasts 8K [54957]
TechEye, August 3rd, 2016

"The Land of the Rising Sun began the world's first regular 8K television broadcasts this week, five days ahead of the opening of the Olympic Games so that you will be able to watch people being infected with a Zita virus in super high res.

8K are broadcasts with a resolution of 7,680 x 4,320 pixels. That's 16 times the resolution of today's full high-definition (FHD) broadcasts and four times that of the 4K standard, which is only just emerging in many other countries..."
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13 Oct 2012 How Japan's Olympics will Revolutionize Tech [33218]
Network World, October 3, 2013

"Last month's awarding of the 2020 Olympic Games to Tokyo could be great news for technology," says Martyn Williams in "Network World."

"Pushed by a desire to showcase their expertise to the world, some of the country's biggest companies are now targeting 2020 for the deployment of new technologies that could revolutionize mobile telecommunications, consumer electronics, automobiles and even the way people watch the Olympic Games on television..."
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03 Oct 2013 How Japan's Olympics will Revolutionize Tech [33178]
Network World, October 3, 2013

"Last month's awarding of the 2020 Olympic Games to Tokyo could be great news for technology.

Pushed by a desire to showcase their expertise to the world, some of the country's biggest companies are now targeting 2020 for the deployment of new technologies that could revolutionize mobile telecommunications, consumer electronics, automobiles and even the way people watch the Olympic Games on television..."
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22 Apr 2013 Case Study: London's Olympic Network from BT [30690]
ComputerWeekly, April 15th, 2013

"In the summer of 2012, all eyes were focused on London as the worldÂ’s greatest sporting event took over the capital city. With almost 27 million viewers of the Olympic Games opening ceremony in the UK alone, the pressure was on to get the whole event right, from building the venues in time, ensuring public transport could cope and winning medals, through to the underpinning technology.

After a long and hard-fought tender process, BT was awarded the contract at the end of 2007 to provide networking for all the sites, in London and across the UK, and to ensure everyone from press to athletes and, of course, the spectators, would be able to stay connected..."
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