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MPEG Encoder Market Stalls

The broadcast MPEG encoder market grew in 2008, but growth will turn negative as the 2GHz relocation project in the US comes to an end, and the economy slumps. Overall,…

Harmonic completes on Scopus

Harmonic has completed the acquisition of Scopus Video Networks for approximately $50 million, net of Scopus’ cash and short-term investments. The acquisition strengthens Harmonic’s technology and market leadership, particularly in…

Changhong selects Tektronix

Tektronix, global provider of test, measurement and monitoring instrumentation, has confirmed that Sichuan Changhong Electric has selected the Tektronix PQA500 picture quality analyser for its AVS (China's Audio and Video…

2008 global FTTH shipments rise

According to market research company Dittberner, annual FTTH shipments were up 71 per cent in 2008. Q4 2008 shipments rose slightly, but still broke 3 million for the first time.…

Ofcom underlines support for BT NGN profit

The chances of BT spending £1.5bn (E1.7bn) on a superfast broadband network have increased after Ofcom said its rules would not prevent the telecoms operator from securing an adequate return…

Tektronix: Triple Play Testing

Unique to the test and monitoring industry, we speak the language of both broadcasters and service providers. Nearly every television show that airs in the world today passes through Tektronix…

Verizon Tests Internet Video on FiOS

IPTV equipment posts strong growth in Q2

The Synergy report finds that IPTV equipment sales continue to be driven by upgrades to Carrier networks, especially at the Edge, handling the surge in subscriber and traffic growth. Synergy…

Video server markets to reach $1.5 billion

"Cable, broadcast and telco TV are all highly competitive markets for video servers," noted ABI Research industry analyst Zippy Aima. "Cable and broadcast are the more traditional modes of entertainment…

Light at end of tunnel for TMT

Nearly a quarter (23 per cent) of TMT companies are forecasting growth of more than 20 per cent over the next three years, and almost than two-thirds (62 per cent)…