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TAG Enhances OTT Metadata Monitoring May 5th 2021 - 11:00 AM

TAG Video Systems, an Israeli provider of IP monitoring technology, has enhanced the error source recording of its Multiviewer and Monitoring platform to cater for the continuing proliferation in OTT video consumption.

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CableLabs Certifies First Low Latency DOCSIS Modem April 28th 2021 - 09:00 AM

CableLabs, the industry body responsible for cable TV R&D and standards development, has certified the first cable modem supporting the low latency version of the DOCSIS data over cable specification.

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MediaKind Partners Zixi For IP Video Delivery April 27th 2021 - 10:30 AM

MediaKind and Zixi have collaborated to integrate the latter’s Software-Defined Video Platform (SDVP) into the former’s contribution encoder for IP video delivery.

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FreeCast Upgrades OTT UX With 3 Screen Solutions April 27th 2021 - 10:00 AM

FreeCast has selected the 3READY Product Framework from 3 Screen Solutions (3SS) to upgrade the user experience (UX) of its aggregated OTT multiscreen service.

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The World Of OTT (Business Pt2) - Telco Access Networks (& The Growth Of OTT) April 27th 2021 - 09:00 AM

Telco fixed access networks are “the last mile” to homes and commercial buildings. They play a key role in the delivery of OTT Video, and are undergoing big changes to support its growth. Telco fixed access networks were originally built in the 19th century to deliver telegraph services, evolving during the 20th century into telephone services. Today they provide vital telecommunications services supporting all aspects of a nation’s life including government, business, education and entertainment. Companies in this sector include the likes of British Telecom, Telecom Italia and AT&T. Over the last 30 years, the voice-first PSTN network has evolved to support data services over broadband, and today telco’s are deploying new data-first access networks.

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T-Mobile US Aligns With Google For TV And Drops Own Video Bundle April 20th 2021 - 09:00 AM

T-Mobile, one of the big three cellular operators in the US, has abruptly dropped its TV streaming bundle six months after launch and instead lined up with Google to promote YouTube TV, as well as stepping up promotion of the latter’s Android TV platform.

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