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With the number of analog cable TV subscriber
households either flat or declining in many developed countries, the cable TV
industry's future depends more and more on cable modem service and digital video
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Rostelecom expands fibre network in Khabarovsk
Telecompaper (subscription)
Almost 500 households have been covered with the MetroEthernet network. Broadband at up to 10 Mbps, digital telephony and more than 200 IPTV channels ...

AMC secures key channel licences
Broadband TV News-Aug 10, 2017
... terms “special transmission systems”. These include cable, DTH, IPTV, OTT, mobile TV and web TV and covers mostly the Baltic Republics and CIS countries.
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Qatar: Rising Data Traffic from LTE Networks and Expanded Fiber ...
openPR (press release
IPTV services in Qatar will reach a household penetration rate of 35.1% and will generate $25m in service revenue in 2015. The number of IPTV households will ...

BCE (BCE) versus FairPoint Communications (FRP) Critical Survey
The Cerbat Gem
Its Bell Wireline segment provides data, including Internet access and Internet protocol television (IPTV), local telephone, long distance, as well as other ...
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Telephone and Data Systems, Inc. (TDS) Upgraded to Buy at Zacks ...
Markets Daily
The company's IPTV is also doing considerably well. The company continues to experience strong smartphone demand at its wireless wing – U.S. Cellular.

FairPoint Communications (FRP) & BCE (NYSE:BCE) Critical ...
Week Herald
Its Bell Wireline segment provides data, including Internet access and Internet protocol television (IPTV), local telephone, long distance, as well as other ...

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Forum Topic: Leaked Images and Details of New FiOS Router
DSL Reports
... is expected to be launched before the end of the year alongside a new Verizon FiOS ONT (optical network terminal), as well as an entirely new IPTV platform.

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