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Monday March 18, 2019

ANGA COM 2019: conference agenda with 4 new summits

The highlights of the ANGA COM 2019 conference programme will be four summit discussions: The International Content Summit, the International CTO Summit, the German Broadband Summit and a new German Media Summit. [Read More]

ANGA COM reports 90% of exhibition space is booked

Four months before the start of ANGA COM 2019, 400 exhibitors have already registered for over 90 percent of the exhibition space of the previous year. [Read More]

350 exhibitors booked for ANGA COM 2019

With already 350 exhibitor registrations, the success of the last years ANGA COM continues. With 500 exhibitors and 21,700 participants, ANGA COM grew by 10 respectively 12 percent in 2018. [Read More]

ANGA COM 2019 expands its range of topics

ANGA COM will extend its range of topics next year. [Read More]

ANGA COM makes special room for small and young companies

ANGA COM has announced a new initiative, the Small Enterprise Park, in which ANGA COM 2019 offers a new special area for small and young companies. [Read More]

ANGA COM opens exhibitor registration

ANGA COM has opened the exhibitor registration for the exhibition and conference for broadband, television and online that will take place in Cologne, Germany from 4 to 6 June 2019. [Read More]

Unitymedia to roll out Gigabit internet in Cologne and Düsseldorf [UPDATE]

German cable operator Unitymedia will launch its high-speed internet service in Cologne and Düsseldorf. [Read More]

BrightBlue and Amino team up for IPTV service

UK-based technology solutions provider Amino has entered a partnership with BrightBlue, Germany's new turnkey IPTV service provider. [Read More]

Dates for ANGA COM 2019 announced

The organisers of the ANGA COM show in Cologne have confirmed the dates for next year’s event. [Read More] launches browser version

German IPTV platform can now also be used through a browser on the PC or laptop. [Read More]

BrightBlue selects content4tv for IPTV service

BrightBlue, a new German service provider offering network operators a turnkey IPTV solution, has opted for content4tv for the supply of TV distribution rights. [Read More]

Wyplay introduces Android TV Operator Tier Launcher

Wyplay is introducing Android TV Operator Tier Launcher as part of its existing suite of user experience products. [Read More]

Arris first to RDK Software on EPON Gateways

Arris International has announced support for the RDK software stack across its next-generation EPON gateways. [Read More]

Deutsche Glasfaser launches BrightBlue IPTV platform

Deutsche Glasfaser launches IPTV platform BrightBlue as a white label product at ANGA COM 2018. [Read More]

Unitymedia gears up for next-generation Horizon

German cable operator Unitymedia will introduce the next generation of multimedia home gateway Horizon in the next 12 to 18 months, according to Chief Commercial Officer Christian Hindennach. [Read More]

ATX launches Digital DWDM Optical Gateway Platform

ATX Networks has introduced GigaWave, a next-generation digital optical gateway platform designed to expand the capacity of fibre access links between headends/hubs and outside plant facilities. [Read More]

Com Hem picks Eurofins for Android TV support

Eurofins Digital Testing has announced its been selected by Com Hem to provide automated testing and service validation for the new Ultra HD/4K Tv Hub. [Read More]

Amino partners with Swisscom Broadcast to rollout hybrid IP TV-as-a-Service 2.0

Amino is to provide advanced hybrid devices to support Swisscom Broadcast with the delivery of their new TV-as-a-Service (TvaaS) 2.0 platform. [Read More]

Editors: Robert BrielJulian Clover and Chris Dziadul

German Correspondent: Jörn Krieger

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