Video: Online Video Set to Explode, Intel Exec Tells the BBC

Online video will comprise 90 percent of the world's Internet traffic by 2013, Intel's Justin Rattner tells the BBC.
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Online video will comprise 90 percent of the world's Internet traffic by 2013, Intel's Justin Rattner told the BBC's Maggie Shields.

Gearing up for the explosion, Intel is developing new processors which can more effectively bring video to computers and other consumer electronic devices.

Earlier this year in San Francisco, I spoke with Intel's Wilfred Martis about the emergence of online video and the opportunity for his company.

This video was originally published on Beet.TV.

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