Ronny Verhelst is leaving Telenet to become CEO of German cable company TeleColumbus.
Belgian cable operator Telenet has announced it will add two new products to its internet product range as of January 17. Known as Fibernet 40 and Fibernet 60, they will be both based on the DOCSIS 3.0 standard for fast internet access.
Belgian cable operator Telenet has announced it is launching Yelo, a new multimedia platform enabling digital TV customers to watch their programmes and videos wherever they are, on a computer, on an iPad or an iPhone.
Belgian operator Telenet has unveiled the reinforcement of its Executive TeamTelenet.
Telenet has signed a three-year research contract with the Laboratory for Neurophysiology and Psychophysiology at the KU Leuven Medical School.
Telenet had 1,065,000 digital homes as of March 31, 2010 but is still losing basic analogue subscribers. This is mainly due to the fierce competition from Belgacom, which offers ‘free’ TV with a number of its broadband and telephony packages.
Cable Congress 2010 – Brussels. Telenet will jump start digitisation in Flanders by doubling its investments in its network.
Telenet is to operate a digital terrestrial platform in Brussels and Flanders, Belgium following an agreement with the transmission company Norkring België.
Belgium’s Telenet and Germany’s Kabel Deutschland (KDG) have both announced the launch of very high-speed broadband access using DOCSIS 3.0 with speeds up to 100 Mbps.
Cable Europe Labs has announced the launch of a European Middleware Initiative aimed at developing a next generation middleware specification for the European cable market. The technology arm of trade association Cable Europe says the move will accelerate the development of an open middleware platform for applications and services.