A view from the Continent. During the launch of the YouView box, Lord Sugar described the set as a great moment in British television. “It’s not like producing a Sky box, we had to start from scratch, a bit like the first television transmission.” But is it really?
ANGA CABLE 2012 – Cologne. Liberty Global’s Horizon gateway will be rolled out on UPC Netherlands during Q3, 2012, Mike Fries told the audience at this morning’s opening congress session.
Liberty Global now expects to commercially launch Horizon in the Netherlands in the third quarter, followed by Switzerland. In its latest set of results, the company also says that broadband and telephony were the main drivers in the first quarter, with the company posting record overall subscriber growth.
UPC Polska expects to launch Horizon sometime in 2013, according to Simon Boyd, the company’s CEO.
CABLE CONGRESS 2012 – BRUSSELS. UPC is preparing to ramp up the number of homes currently trialling its Horizon service as the Liberty Global-owned operator prepares to launch in four of its territories, Liberty Global President and CEO Mike Fries has told Broadband TV News in a video interview.
Pace says it expects the cost of continued hard drive supply problems to cost it between $25 million and $35 million (€18 – €26m) in the next 12 months. Pulli also gave an insight into the company’s failed attempts to win the UPC Horizon project.
UPC Polska will start preparations this year for the eventual launch of Horizon, according to Simon Boyd, the company’s CEO.
We all know we can look at the horizon, but we can never touch it. Does the same also apply to Liberty Global’s Horizon set-top box? We saw the pictures, we even saw the box at IBC – and we saw some flashy Flash demos. But touching it was out of the question – let […]
Liberty Global plans to launch the Horizon box on its German nets in the second half of 2012, said Lutz Schüler, CEO Unitymedia.
Adobe is to break with plans to put its Flash technology into the TV space, at the same time pulling out of the mobile market, in favour of HTML-5. The move follows two decades of development of the Flash Player for mobile browsers.