Digital TV News: CODETEL

Claro Launches 3G Mobile TV Service in Dominican Republic
Oct 1, 2009 – ROK Entertainment and Claro Dominican Republic (Mexico:AMXL) have announced the launch of Ideas TV, a streamed, live and pre-recorded mobile TV subscription service, powered by ROK's over-the-air video-streaming technologies.
News categories: ROK Entertainment, Codetel, 5G, Dominican Republic, Mobile

CopperGate Shipped Over 10 Million HomePNA Chips for Home Networking
Jun 29, 2009 – CopperGate HomePNA chips are used in digital devices deployed worldwide in home entertainment networks and IPTV systems. They are deployed by more than 40 telecommunications, cable, and satellite companies.
News categories: CopperGate, Cable TV, IPTV, Market Research, Satellite, Semiconductor, Smart Home

Codetel Adopts CopperGate IPTV Technology
Mar 9, 2009 – CopperGate Communications has announced that Codetel of the Dominican Republic has selected CopperGate's HomePNA 3.1 technology for its Claro TV IPTV service.
News categories: CopperGate, Codetel, Dominican Republic, IPTV, Smart Home

Codetel teams with Alcatel-Lucent to launch IPTV in the Dominican Republic
Feb 25, 2009 – Alcatel-Lucent (Paris and NYSE: ALU) has announced that Compania Dominicana de Telefonos (Codetel) has launched a nationwide IPTV offering, providing subscribers across the country with high-quality TV programming, VoD and other multimedia services.
News categories: Alcatel-Lucent, CODETEL, Victor Agnellini, Oscar Peña, Content Distribution, Digital TV, Dominican Republic, IPTV, Middleware

Motorola CCE Enables CODETEL to Launch Innovative Pay TV Service
Feb 9, 2009 – Motorola (NYSE: MOT) has announced that CODETEL has selected Motorola's Communications Convergence Engine (CCE) to launch a new wave of innovative Pay TV service offerings in the Caribbean.
News categories: Motorola, CODETEL, América Móvil, Content Distribution, Digital TV, Dominican Republic, IPTV

More Microsoft IPTV deployments in Latin America?
Feb 3, 2009 – According to TV TELCO Latam, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) could soon add Codetel in the Dominican Republic and PRT (Claro) of Puerto Rico, both part of América Móvil, to its existing Microsoft Mediaroom deployment with Mexico's Maxcom.
News categories: América Móvil, Microsoft, Content Distribution, Digital TV, Dominican Republic, IPTV, Mexico, Middleware, Puerto Rico