Netgem has said that the doubling of international revenues over the period 2012-2014 remains one of its objectives.
Netgem has announced the launch a new out-of-the box connected TV solution.
Netgem ended 2013 with 15,000 subscribers to its LaBox service in France, though its revenues in the country were 35% down on a year earlier.
Netgem has announced plans to introduce a new and original offer, encompassing terminal to content and addressing a market segment with significant potential, in Europe and emerging economies.
Netgem and Videofutur have announced their approval of Netgem’s tender offer for 100% of the shares and convertible bonds issued by Videofutur, in exchange for cash or Netgem shares.
The French set-top box company Netgem has reaffirmed its objective to double international sales between 2011 and 2014 following the publication of its latest set of results.
Netgem has announced its acquisition of PlugnSurf, a company founded in 2009 in Paris.
Operating profits at the French set-top developer Netgem have declined by 60%, according to the company’s consolidated results for 2011.
Netgem, the French set-top technology developer, is partnering with ATEME, KIT digital and Broadpeak in a bid to capture the connected TV market in Latin America.
The Polish alternative carrier Netia has provided details about its new IPTV service, which is known as Telewizja Osobista (‘Personal Television’) and employs technology supplied by Netgem.