"The units will be specifically designed for homeworking and plugged into the Boho zone’s advanced digital facilities, including superfast 100meg broadband and a “render farm” - a bank of big brain computers used to upgrade special effects and animation from a studio desktop to broadcast quality."Teesside is trying to position itself as a digital media hub. Well worth a browse.
Wednesday, March 26, 2008
nebusiness.co.uk reports on a new scheme to build low-cost housing dedicated to homeworkers in the former St Hilda’s area of Middlesbrough. It says:
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