German service provider purtel.com calls for local cable and fibre-optic network operators to set up their own multiscreen TV and video-on-demand offers instead of just passing through OTT services such as Netflix or Amazon.
German energy supplier Innogy has introduced a multiscreen IPTV service, offering internet, telephony and TV from a single source.
The Netherlands has reached the milestone of three million fibre connections.
Deutsche Telekom will connect all of ABG Frankfurt Holding’s new housing projects to its fibre-optic network over the next 10 years.
OTT video trend core to operators’ service strategies, spotlights fibre needs, according to Kagan, the TMT arm of S&P Global Market Intelligence, in its just published its report looking into the fibre landscape of Western Europe.
Astra Deutschland and Glasfaser ABC have launched a joint solution for serving multi-family houses and housing estates with satellite TV using a single dish (SMATV).
M7 Group has created a central head-end in Hilversum for the delivery of linear TV channels as IP streams through fibre-optic networks to network operators.
Swiss municipal utilities provider EW Höfe has sold its cable network in Höfe to its long-standing partner UPC Switzerland effective April 1, 2018.
German service provider QSC has compiled a triple play package with TV, telephony and internet services as a white label product for municipal utility and regional telecommunications companies.
EXCLUSIVE. Marking the first time in German-speaking Europe, Swiss telecommunications provider Salt is offering pay-TV channels as part of its basic TV package.