Is KPN planning its own version of UPC's Horizon box?

Friday 12 November 2010 | 13:15 CET | Author: Tim Poulus | Market Commentary
Nokia Siemens Networks has presented a new IPTV system, the Ubiquity Multiscreen TV Platform. Belgacom will be the first customer to use the platform, and shortly thereafter another important IPTV customers was added, KPN. NSN is currently demostrating the 'end-to-end solution' at a conference in the US. The platform offers a broad range of advantages for consumers, and NSN highlighted a number of standards it expects to form part of TV 2.0: • integrated web content, • consumption on any given screen (with session continuity, allowing resumption of a programme on your smartphone after

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: KPN / Liberty Global / Nokia Siemens Networks / Ziggo
Countries: Netherlands
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