Teleste, working in partnership with DEPS, has deployed its Luminato headend platform for the Ukrainian OTT service OLL.TV.
The Belarusian cable TV, MMDS and broadband operator Cosmos TV has deployed Teleste’s DOCSIS Access Hub.
Teleste will be covering Altice’s needs for its DOCSIS 3.1 broadband access network equipment for another five years.
Teleste has changed its address after the Finnish town of Kaarina decided to rename the familiar Seponkatu in honour of the tech company.
Elemental Technologies has entered into a partnership with Teleste.
Teleste has carried out a turnkey project including of network design, documentation, maintenance, upgrades, access delivery services and network expansions to Kabel Deutschland.
Teleste has said it will discontinue its IPTV middleware offer, opting instead for partnerships with other manufacturers in the area.
Finnish technology provider Teleste is anticipating deliveries to European cablenets during the year will be ahead of their 2011 levels. It says its video headend and optical network products will be competitive in the emerging market of TV distribution infrastructure.
Mobile TeleSystems OJSC (MTS) is to deploy the Teleste Luminato video headend platform and Teleste Broadcast Manager service as part of a nationwide digital TV network across Russia.
Denmark’s leading cable operator, YouSee, has signed a three-year frame agreement with Teleste, with an option for a further extension through to 2016.