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Next generation Bbox from Bouygues Telecom to incorporate Celeno’s video-grade Wi-Fi module

Bouygues Telecom today announced that its next-generation Bbox will incorporate a concurrent dual band video-grade Wi-Fi module from Celeno. The Celeno module is powered by its OptimizAIR technology which improves…

Pay-TV subs fare well in face of free OTT

Market research firm Infonetics Research has released excerpts from its Cable, Satellite, and IPTV Video Services and Subscribers report, which tracks the telco IPTV, cable video, and satellite video markets.…

Research: CEE IPTV revenues to reach €270m

Bundled services provision has become one of the most successful ways to prevent customers from churning in telecoms world in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). One of their main components…

Numericable Belgium on block for investors

Deficom Telecom a consortium of investment companies, allied with the UK’s private-equity house Apax, have entered into negotiations to acquire Numericable networks in Belgium and Luxembourg. The cable operator has…

Video games boost Vivendi revenues

French entertainment and telecoms company Vivendi has reported a solid start to the year with huge sales of Call of Duty: Black Ops and World of Warcraft boosting earnings in…

BT profit up, 30,000 more for Vision

BT reported a 71 per cent rise in profits after more than £1 billion (€1.146bn) of cost savings helped it overcome a four per cent drop in revenues. The bigger-than-expected…

Aspiro TV expands cooperation with Telenor

Aspiro TV, European provider of TV and video streaming services, is expanding its deliveries to Telenor in connection with the telco’s increased initiatives for TV and video services in the…

VOD:TV set for SA launch

A video-on-demand service is set to make its debut in South Africa. VOD:TV, formed by the SouthTel Group, is promising to offer the latest movies and TV series before Multichoice-owned…

Optus goes IPTV with FetchTV

Australian telco Optus is partnering with FetchTV jointly to develop an IPTV service with integrated mobile functionality for smartphones and tablet devices. The service is scheduled for launch in the…

Telcos target OTT traffic

Leading European telecoms companies want to levy significant charges on Google and other online content providers through an overhaul of the regime governing how data travel over the Internet, reports…