ANGA COM 2016 ended with 450 exhibitors and 18,000 participants from 89 countries. Next year, the event will move to a new hall.
Vodafone Deutschland will increase the maximum data rate of its internet access for cable customers from 200 to 400Mbps; the upload data rate will be 25Mbps.
MoCA is developing a new specification that targets multiple dwelling units (MDUs).
The race is on for operators to offer triple and quad play services with ever increasing consumer demands for sophisticated TV services.
M7 Group is set to facilitate cable, IPTV and DTH reception of Russian language channels RTVD, Nasch Kinomir, TeleBom and TeleDom.
Huawei has launched the first 10 Gbps hybrid fibre coaxial access platform.
Germany’s Wisi Communications is to further expand its Multiscreen and OTT offer.
SeaChange is making its first appearance at a European trade show since the acquisition of the Warsaw-based DCC Labs.
German transmitter network operator Media Broadcast has extended the reach of the DVB-T2 platform and unveiled new channels.
German broadcasters are finally embracing the concept of on demand television.