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Nokia Siemens unveils software platform for TV on any screen

Tuesday 23 March 2010 | 10:07 CET | News
Nokia Siemens Networks has launched a new software platform that lets operators provide live, recorded or video-on-demand TV to mobile phone, internet-connected computer, satellite or digital terrestrial television screens. The platform also offers an open platform for creating new applications and provides remote personal video recording, catch-up TV, operator-to-subscriber messaging, faster channel change speed and enhanced IPTV picture stability. The platform supports several types of network-based personal video recording, including user-controlled and operator-controlled recording

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Nokia Siemens Networks
Countries: World
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