Eurorim- European Research and Consensus on Interactive Multimedia

  • Skouby, Knud Erik (Project Manager)
  • Enemark, Rasmus (Project Participant)
  • Falch, Morten (Project Participant)

    Project Details


    Eurorim is funded under the ACTS program. The main objective of the project is the production and dissemination of guidelines and the development of a cost-profit model. Both of these activities addressing the deployment of advanced multimedia services in the competitive market of post 1998 Europe. Guidelines will cover aspects which are considered strictly technical, such as identification of relevant alternative technologies, and aspects which are more service oriented, e.g., evaluation of service acceptance, identification of sector actors' and users' requirements, etc.
    The contribution from CTI is related to creation of a business model for multimedia services for residential customers. This includes a market analysis of multimedia services, which estimates the demand and identifies the main actors on the multimedia market, and a techno-economic cost analysis estimating network and production costs related to provision of multimedia services. This activity is co-ordinated by Nokia in Finland, but involves also partners from Italy, Belgium and UK.
    Effective start/end date01/07/199631/12/1998

    Collaborative partners

    • Technical University of Denmark (lead)
    • Alenia Spazio (Project partner)
    • Siemens (Project partner)
    • Nokia Danmark A/S (Project partner)
    • EXP Consulting Ltd. (Project partner)
    • Italtel Ltd. (Project partner)
    • Gillam SA (Project partner)
    • Burger Breedband Net VZW (Project partner)
    • CLICO HiTech Software Promotion Center (Project partner)
    • Databank Consulting (Project partner)
    • University of Edinburgh (Project partner)
    • National Technical University of Athens (Project partner)
    • DATSA (Project partner)
    • Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft (Project partner)


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