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Home Media Networking: A Reality in 2005?

Media Networking 2005: The Networked Living Room Becomes a Reality -- "With technical standards development and consumer education challenges for vendors still looming large but becoming less burdensome, media networking will continue to grow rapidly through 2009, reports an In-Stat analyst. Total media networking connections in homes will grow from over 50 million in 2005 to over 200 million in 2009, a 29% compound annual growth rate, the high-tech research firm says. Much of the growth will be driven by PC vendors, who are rolling out Media Center PCs that fit the living room in terms of style and function."

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