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Du eyes 3DTV service

UAE-based telco du is planning­­ to be among the first companies in the Middle East to provide its customers a 3D TV viewing experience. The company has confirmed that its…

Ericsson’s TV division has “extraordinary” year

Staffan Pehrson, Ericsson’s VP and head of their Solution Area TV division, described this  past year as generating “extraordinary levels of business” for the company, perhaps still best remembered as…

N. American carriers to reap $246bn from VoIP in 2010

Findings from market research firm Infonetics Research’s latest report on North America Residential Voice, Data, and Video Service market share and forecast has highlighted the increasing importance of video services.…

Oracle: Telco systems won’t support new services

Oracle has published research which it says reveals that while telecoms companies are focused on providing a more personalised and compelling customer experience, the processes and systems they have in…

Canada needs TV and telco marriage

Canada needs TV and telco marriage

Two of Canada’s largest companies say their marriage is the best way to keep Canadian content thriving. While regulators have not yet approved telco BCE’s  purchase of broadcaster CTV, both…

50,000 take Sky Sport on BT Vision

BT profits have beaten expectations thanks to strong growth in both broadband and its BT Vision television service. Pre-tax profits at the telecoms giant rose 13 per cent to £496…

iPlayer for BT Vision

iPlayer for BT Vision

The BBC and BT have revealed plans to bring BBC iPlayer, the public service broadcaster’s video-on-demand service, to the telco’s IPTV platform, BT Vision. BT Vision will introduce BBC iPlayer…

Sky tops 10m

Sky tops 10m

UK digital satellite platform Sky has reached its target of 10 million TV customers, equivalent to 36 per cent of households in the UK and Ireland. BSkyB set the target…

Canvas becomes YouView

Canvas becomes YouView

Following its incorporation as YouView TV Ltd at the end of last week, Project Canvas, the proposed joint venture between the BBC, ITV, BT, Channel 4, Channel 5, Talk Talk…

Multi-screen solution from Netgem

Connected entertainment specialist Netgem has unveiled a significant development of its NetgemTV middleware to support new adaptive TV technologies. Extending the reach of pay-TV Operators, these new features are geared…