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Broadband World Forum 2018 highlightsNovember 27, 2018Broadband World Forum has finally come of age, celebrating its 18th edition this year in what continues to be the annual meeting point for the broadband industry. Messe Berlin opened its doors to more than 4100 attendees from more than 1500 organisations that gathered to share, learn and promote anything broadband. Historically, Broadband World Forum has been a telco-centric show and that was particularly evident this year. For a market that is purportedly converging, the cable side of the industry was absent as it was busy attending Cable-Tec Expo on the other side of the Atlantic.Subscribers Only
KPN wins appeal contesting EU analysis of Ziggo-UPC mergerOctober 31, 2017KPN has won an appeal at the EU general court relating to the European Commission’s (EC) approval of the 2014 acquisition by Liberty Global’s UPC of Ziggo. The appeal was granted on the basis that the European Commission had failed to analyse the market for sports rights and the impact of the merger on the pay TV sports market.Subscribers Only
Technicolor to acquire Cisco’s STB and Broadband CPE businessJuly 30, 2015Technicolor is to acquire Cisco’s Connected Devices division, which generated USD 1.8 billion in sales of set-top boxes (STBs) and broadband customer premises equipment (CPE) in 2014, for USD 600 million in cash and stock. The deal is expected to close in late 2015 or early 2016, and will see Cisco’s STB and CPE products and workforce transferred to Technicolor’s Connected Home business unit, which recorded revenue of just under USD 1.8 billion in 2014. Cisco will retain its cloud and infrastructure solutions for video, which are currently marketed under the Videoscape brand.
Sony brings the PlayStation TV to Europe and North AmericaJune 26, 2014Under the guise of a new name – PlayStation TV – Sony will launch its PS Vita TV micro-console and digital media adapter (DMA) in Europe and North America during 2014.Subscribers Only
Verizon acquires EdgeCastDecember 13, 2013Verizon Digital Media Services (VDMS), the managed service arm of US Telco Verizon, has acquired content delivery network (CDN) provider EdgeCast for $350 million. EdgeCast provides accelerated content...
Ziggo launches interactive conditional access modulesNovember 12, 2013Dutch cable operator Ziggo has become the first pay TV service provider to launch interactive, CI+ conditional access modules (CAM). CAMs enable pay TV content to be viewed directly on the TV set, without the...
TWC TV comes to XboxJuly 02, 2013US operator Time Warner Cable is porting its IP-video, TWC TV branded service to Microsoft's Xbox 360 platform. Offered at no additional cost to Time Warner Cable digital TV subscribers, TWC TV will bring a...Subscribers Only
ARRIS completes Motorola acquisitionApril 29, 2013ARRIS has successfully completed its acquisition of the Motorola Home business unit from Google. The combined company will be one of the largest set-top box, modem and network infrastructure providers for...
Ericsson's acquisition of Microsoft MediaroomApril 21, 2013Telecommunications solutions provider Ericsson is to acquire Microsoft's Mediaroom IPTV Middleware business. Mediaroom is an IPTV software platform that includes the entire set-top box software stack and also related software that...
Netgem augments software and service strategy with Videofutur multiscreenJanuary 24, 2013French set-top box (STB) vendor Netgem is to purchase French video rental chain Videofutur. As well as physical media outlets, Videofutur also operates its own over-the-top (OTT) multiscreen video delivery...
Smart TV developments at CESJanuary 15, 2013CES 2013 has ushered in a wealth of smart-TV-related announcements, most notably from The Smart TV Alliance and Roku. The Alliance - founded by LG, TP Vision and Toshiba, in the hopes of developing a single,...
TWC launches on RokuJanuary 15, 2013On the heels of a 2012 push to bolster its multiscreen strategy, Time Warner Cableis porting TWC TV to the Roku platform. Complementing existing services on iOS, Android, and PC devices, TWC TV will bring 300...
Arris to acquire Motorola Home division from GoogleDecember 20, 2012US network equipment maker Arris has won a bid to acquire Motorola Home from Google for $2.35b. The Home division is part of the Motorola Mobility business that Google took control of in May 2012 for $12.5b,...
Comcast and Boxee propose E-DTA STB for connected devicesJuly 01, 2012In an effort to clear the way for a relaxation of the ban on basic tier encryption on digital cable systems in the US, multi systems operator (MSO) Comcast and over the top (OTT) video service provider Boxee have announced discussions concerning a new typSubscribers Only
Xfinity launches on XboxApril 04, 2012In complement to its presence across iOS devices and the PC, Comcast Xfinity TV is now available on the Xbox 360 platform. Positioned largely as a catch-up service, the Xfinity application for Xbox...Subscribers Only
Comcast launches Xfinity StreampixFebruary 24, 2012Comcast is expanding the breadth of its Xfinity multiscreen strategy with the launch of Xfinity Streampix. Positioned as a subscription video-on-demand (VoD) service, Xfinity will bring programming and movies...
Entropic bid to spear Trident's STB businessJanuary 13, 2012For $55m, Entropic Communications, a semi-conductor company specialising in home networking chips, will acquire the set-top box (STB) business operations of Trident Microsystems. Trident, a provider of...
DVB-T2 broadcasts begin in SwedenNovember 04, 20101 November 2010 marks the launch of DVB-T2, HD, MPEG-4 terrestrial transmission in Sweden. Across multiplexes 6 and 7, channels SVT1, SVT2, MTVN, National Geographic, and Canal Sport have all begun DVB-T2 HD...