Europe is likely to see a surge in the use of companion devices in the next three years, with the total number of smartphones and tablets approaching one billion.
More Screens has signed an agreement with telecom operator HT Mostar to roll out a new OTT service.
Telenor Sweden has adopted the Ericsson Multiscreen TV solution, replacing the previous provider. It will offer a variety of interactive TV experiences across a ranged of mobile and fixed devices.
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.
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Samsung has announced HomeSync, a home hub solution that offers a shared storage and a new way of enjoying HDTV through an Android user experience.
Telenet has announced plans for customers to be able to watch television content, live and recorded, across any TV screen.
NOW TV is to launch a 24-hour pass to the six Sky Sports channels. At £9.99 per day the offer is far from cost effective – it costs £21 per month to add Sky Sports to a TV subscription – but will no doubt be attractive for one off events.
Sky is launching a paid for extension to its Sky Go service, allowing subscribers to download content for later and extending the number of devices that can access Sky Go from 2 to 4.
Cisco has unveiled Videoscape Unity, its new and expanded video services platform, developed following last years acquisition of NDS.
Nintendo is introducing Nintendo TVii, a free, integrated service for the recently launched Wii U console, in the US and Canada