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Online content to generate $6.5bn in APAC by 2013

An ABI Research study on online content usage in the Asia Pacific region (APAC) forecasts that online media activities in the region will deliver at least $6.5 billion in annual…

Virgin TV customer record

Virgin Media added 61,100 new cable TV customers in the final quarter claiming its best growth for seven years. It added a net figure of 24,400 new customers during the…

Cedar deploys in Germany

Cedar Point Communications, player in integrated Voice over IP (VoIP) switching technologies for service provider and enterprise telecommunications, has announced an expansion of its European footprint with an initial deployment…

NBC DVR ads recall test

NBC is running tests to see what viewers remember even when they watch ads speeded up on their DVR. The bottom line seems to be viewers still remember the spots…

Japan launches Internet sat

Japan’s space agency has launched an experimental communications satellite designed to enable super high-speed data transmission in remote areas. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Jaxa) said it hoped to enable…

CTV IPTV protected by SecureMedia

SecureMedia, provider of software for secure video and multimedia delivery over IP networks, has confirmed that that Panamanian telecommunications operator, CTV Telecom, has incorporated the Encryptonite ONE System to protect…

UK leans on ISPs over illegal downloads

The UK government is to consult on legislation to punish Internet service providers if they fail to take action against the illegal downloading of music, films and TV programmes. The…

Tilgin signs Nokia Siemens Networks deal

Tilgin, provider of customer premises equipment (CPE) for triple play, next-generation broadband and IMS-based services, has signed a worldwide sales and marketing co-operation agreement with Nokia Siemens Networks a globally…

Multimedia home networking still not mainstream

The market for home-networked CE devices has been trying to move past the early adopter stage, but this has not been occurring very quickly, In-Stat says. Although In-Stat’s consumer research…

Orange, Thomson and Sagem's Soft At Home

Orange, Thomson and Sagem Communications have joined forces to create a joint venture: Soft At Home. This structure is aimed at creating a standard for the interconnection of equipment within…