Digital TV News: Velocix
Bell Labs opens video research facility in Cambridge, UK
Jul 17, 2014 – Bell Labs (Paris; NYSE: ALU) has opened a new 'antenna' office in Cambridge, UK tasked with research into real-time delivery of video to all types of connected devices, such as smartphones, games consoles, tablets, Smart TVs, and more.
News categories: Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, Marcus Weldon, Bo Olofsson, Paul Larbey, Content Distribution, Gaming, IPTV, Smart TV, Streaming, TV Everywhere, UK
UK's TalkTalk to build new network to deliver digital on-demand TV
Oct 20, 2010 – Alcatel-Lucent (Paris and NYSE: ALU) has announced that it has signed a three-year agreement with TalkTalk (LSE:TALK), the biggest provider of broadband to Britain's homes, to build a Content Delivery Network (CDN).
News categories: Alcatel-Lucent, TalkTalk, Content Distribution, Digital TV, IPTV, UK
Alcatel-Lucent solutions allow seamless access to multimedia content on any device
Mar 23, 2010 – Alcatel-Lucent (Paris, NYSE: ALU) has unveiled a set of solutions designed to make it easier for people to access all of their services and content wherever they are, on any screen.
News categories: Alcatel-Lucent, Cable TV, Content Distribution, IPTV, Mobile, Streaming, Video Exchange
Alcatel-Lucent unveils Velocix Digital Media Delivery Platform
Mar 23, 2010 – Alcatel-Lucent (Paris, NYSE: ALU) has announced its Velocix Digital Media Delivery Platform which enables service providers to support their own dedicated digital media delivery capability as an alternative to relying on shared content delivering networks (CDNs).
News categories: Alcatel-Lucent, Velocix, Content Distribution, Streaming, Video Exchange
Pace & Cachelogic showcase P2P future using PVR technology
Sep 7, 2007 – Pace Micro Technology (LSE:PIC) and CacheLogic are demonstrating at IBC2007 how assisted peer-to-peer (P2P) delivery networks could change the way consumers access content, including payTV, in the future.
News categories: Broadband, Digital TV, DVR, IBC2022, Streaming
Adobe Media Player Drives Fusion of TV and the Internet
Sep 6, 2007 – Adobe Systems (Nasdaq:ADBE) has announced significant adoption of Adobe® Media Player by key organizations involved in the creation, management and delivery of online and offline content for the entertainment industry.
News categories: Adobe Systems, IBC2022, Media Player, Streaming
- Nielsen Admosphere to implement cross-platform TV audience measurement in the Czech Republic
- ASTA-NET selects CryptoGuard to secure IPTV services in Poland
- Redge Technologies extends contract with TVN Warner Bros. Discovery
- ViX+, TelevisaUnivision’s premium SVOD tier, debuts on July 21
- Eurofins releases updated NEXTGEN TV logo certification test suite
- Xfinity Stream app launches on Apple TV 4K and Apple TV HD
- Tencent Video available in NetRange Smart TV app store
- Gibtelecom launches new TV platform with Netgem
- izzi adds anti-piracy and extended threat defense technologies from Verimatrix
- MEO deploys Velocix CDN and cloud-native VRM platforms
- AminoOS deployed to Vodafone Iceland’s legacy Samsung STBs
- Bhimavaram Community Network chooses Skyworth for 4K RDK IPTV set-tops
- Synaptics selects Allegro DVT VVC compliance streams
- NextGen TV launches in Shreveport, LA
- Sunrise deploys Media Distillery to enhance TV user experience
- Vewd brings in-vehicle streaming to Renesas R-Car automotive chipsets
- Omdia expects pay TV & online video subscriptions to pass 3 billion in 2027
- SeaChange Advanced Advertising Platform selected by Armstrong and BEAM
- U.S. streaming video consumers becoming more price sensitive
- SES-22 to launch on June 29th