Panasonic is to integrate the Freesat Freetime service into new models of its VIERA smart TVs. It means the rollback TV guide and on demand services from the UK’s major broadcasters will be available across both satellite- and terrestrial-delivered channels.
Cisco has announced the expansion of its Videoscape TV services delivery platform with a series of new cloud video capabilities including an industry-first Videoscape “as-a-service” offering and open cloud software technologies based on OpenStack.
ComHem’s build up to the launch of its new TiVo product has extended to a very public launch of its beta testing programme.
UPDATED. A long running patent dispute between TiVo and Motorola (now owned by Google and Arris), Cisco and Time Warner Cable concerning recording technology has been resolved.
Numericable has extended the deployment of its Nexx UI design to its operations in Belgium and Luxembourg.
The cloud-based TiVo system slated to launch on Sweden’s Com Hem cablenet later this year will serve as the template for future deployments in the United States and Europe, according to TiVo CEO Tom Rogers.
Estonia’s leading cable operator Starman has signed an agreement for the deployment of Cubiware middleware to subscriber set-top boxes.
Smart TV ecosystem provider Inview has signed an agreement with Altech Multimedia to develop low cost broadcast and connected TV solutions for Africa and the Middle East.
CABLE CONGRESS 2013 – LONDON. Cisco has announced the Norwegian cablenet GET is to adopt the Cisco Videoscape Unity video services delivery platform, the first European customer to be announced since the integration with the former NDS product line.
Motorola has announced the extension of its DreamGallery technology to an expanded range of devices following the addition of new virtualisation technology.