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  • noun A broadcast stream of data

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Examples

  • The company plans to license its archive of major-league data to videogame makers, and will provide the software backbone for Web sites to "datacast" games in real time.

    The Diamond Goes Digital

  • In addition to adopting iPaws and CAPS technology, KLVX can datacast critical information (such as building plans) to emergency responders in times of crisis.

    TV Technology

  • The Palo Alto company is a provider of private wireless datacast services.

    National Business News - Local Business News | bizjournals

  • Low-cost connectivity equipment used in the datacast of real-time and scheduled content using Scala illustrates the throughput, backchannel and overall viability of datacasting.

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  • Wednesday, February 17, 2010, 10: 05am PST VuCast Media Inc., a provider of private wireless datacast services, closed a $5.5 million Series B funding round led by

    Dallas Business News - Local Dallas News | Dallas Business Journal

  • Competition from internet-based services is the likely reason the Government no longer believes broadcasters will pay for datacast licences in the future.

    SA Latest News

  • VuCast raises $5.5 million Series B - VuCast Media Inc., a provider of private wireless datacast services, closed a $5.5 million Series B funding round led by Artiman Ventures.

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  • By the end of this month, Stone says Flo TV plans to datacast sports stats and "behind-the-game" video interviews with athletes that subscribers can click to access while watching sports coverage.

    Fool.com Headlines

  • By the end of this month, Stone says Flo TV plans to datacast sports stats and "behind-the-game" video interviews with athletes that subscribers can click to access while watching sports coverage.

    Fore, right!

  • While television transmissions focus on delivering streams, Mobile DTV widgets leverage datacast technology to deliver on-demand access to data like video clips, news, weather, and traffic over a broadcast network.

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