Bloomberg Ups Lines To 56 Kbps, As Race To Video Accelerates


Bloomberg L.P. has begun requiring that all new installations of its terminals include 56 kilobit/second tail circuits to deliver the three to four hours of daily video programming that the vendor is now developing. Bloomberg's video programming is not yet available in full- motion, but comprises still images interspersed with charts or pictures.

With the entrance of Bloomberg, the much-watched race to put multimedia on users' desktops has picked up pace. Bloomberg joins Dow Jones & Co.'s

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