Category archives for: Broadband

New certified KOKA 110 A+ co‐axial cable for multimedia networks

TRIAX is proud to present its triple shielded KOKA 110 A+ cable. Designed specifically for multimedia networks with a return channel, this co‐axial cable is ready for the future. Be it satellite or terrestrial installations, cable or IP‐based networks the KOKA 110 A+ cable ensures interferencefree signal transmission with a shielding attenuation of 120 dB. It exceeds the requirements of […]

Bouygues breaks ranks to take Netflix

Bouygues Telecom has broken ranks with other French platforms to make Netflix available on its set-top boxes from November. Netflix launched in France today (September 15th), at €7.99 a month. In addition to the forthcoming launch on Bouygues Telecom’s IPTV platform, the service can be accessed via PCs, tablets, smartphones, LG, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sharp, Sony and Toshiba smart TVs […]

ONO heads to cloud with TiVo

Advanced television entertainment market specialist TiVo, and Spanish cable MSO ONO have confirmed the expansion of the successful TiVo deployment by leveraging TiVo’s cloud service APIs to enhance customers’ TV viewing experience on multiple screens. ONO announced the company will integrate TiVo’s service capabilities into its TV Everywhere mobile and web applications, including search and discovery capabilities and remote PVR […]

Alpha Networks, Zappware, Siligence partner for Mobistar

During IBC2014 Mobistar announces its partnership with Alpha Networks, Zappware and Siligence in the context of the launch of its future interactive television services on the cable network. Mobistar’s new television and broadband Internet services over the cable network are expected before the end of this year. These services will be among the first of this type in Europe to […]

Comcast, Liberty Global agree Wi-Fi access

Comcast Cable and Liberty Global have confirmed an agreement to allow users to access each other’s Wi-Fi networks, creating an international Wi-Fi access agreement that will give many Xfinity Internet and Liberty Global internet customers access to millions of new Wi-Fi access points in various countries by 2015. This first-of-its-kind international partnership highlights Comcast’s and Liberty Global’s shared leadership in […]

Tele Columbus profitable growth

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Tele Columbus Group, the third largest German cable network operator, substantially increased revenues and earnings in the first half of 2014. Revenues grew by 3.6 per cent year on year to €107.0 million in the period between January and June 2014 and total output increased by 4.7 per cent to €114.7 million, mainly driven by the positive momentum in the […]

Cisco expands V2P solution

Cisco is expanding its Videoscape Virtualized Video Processing (V2P) solution to virtualise and orchestrate all functions required to produce and deliver multiscreen video. Now pay-TV operators and media companies can easily scale their video processing workflows to deliver the dozens of forms of video required for multiscreen TV. Until now, each screen and form of video required a separate video […]

Telstra accelerates 4G mobile service

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Australians will soon have access to one of the fastest mobile networks in the world, with Telstra accelerating the launch of 4G services on the newly available 700 MHz band. Telstra has revealed that it plans to: – Expand total 4G coverage to reach 90 per cent of the Australian population by the end of January 2015. – Switch on […]

Study: Pay-TV not saviour for major ISPs

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A survey of 821 ISPreview.co.uk readers, a popular consumer broadband Internet access and related technology website in the UK, has claimed that 68 per cent of respondents would be unlikely to stick with their current Internet provider just because if it offered an attractive and affordable pay-TV service. One possible reason for

BBC: “ISPs must clampdown on piracy”

Responding to a review of online piracy policy by the Australian government BBC Worldwide has said that should be alert to “suspicious behaviour” among their customers. It revealed that 13,000 Australians attempted to get hold of illegal copies of the new series of Doctor Who via file-sharing services. “It is reasonable for ISPs to be placed under an obligation to […]

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