Vodafone UK has renewed its partnership with Netflix as it continues to try to differentiate itself with content.
Ericsson is to acquire video encoding provider Envivio for $125 million (€112 million) in order to boost its media delivery portfolio, after announcing new solutions and contract wins with AT&T and Channel 5.
Huawei CEO Eric Xu has likened ultra-fast broadband to the iPhone, in that only once the tech has been pushed into the market will the demand for it take off.
Apple has launched a revamped version of Apple TV alongside new iPhone and iPad devices.
European Communications latest thought leadership seminar will analyse the strategies telcos are using to tackle the OTT/digital content space.
Swisscom has deployed Ericsson’s video storage and processing platform to power part of its TV 2.0 offering.
Three of Europe’s leading operators have announced plans to join up their respective start-up incubators with that of Singtel.
Ericsson will deliver a managed over-the-top (OTT) live and on-demand TV platform to Netherlands-based media organisation SBS/Sanoma.
Deutsche Telekom has unveiled a range of new offers and services for the annual IFA consumer electronics show.
One in four people have cut or shaved their traditional TV service in the past year, according to Ericsson’s annual look into the TV and media space.
Ericsson has been selected to deploy Bharti Airtel’s 4G network in Delhi, while also announcing a broadcast and media services contract with Image Nation in Abu Dhabi.
Amazon is differentiating its video service by enabling customers to download content to watch offline.
Proximus has launched a box that enables customers to transfer photos, videos and music from the mobile devices to their TV set.
Ericsson has announced that it has renewed its contract with UK commercial television network ITV.
Lebara has added new content to its Play entertainment service as the MVNO attempts to tackle what it identifies as a “one size fit all approach” to ethnic audiences.
BT will show a range of new and exclusive TV shows as part of its deal with US cable network AMC.
BT has added the Ashes and the Australian national cricket team’s matches to the schedules of its Sports channels after signing a five-year rights deal.
Senior executives at Telenor have been discussing innovation in a series of videos, titled "Summer of Innovation", that revealed more financial service products are on the way in Europe.
EE has updated its TV service with new features focused on personalisation and social sharing.
UKTV’s full portfolio of channels will be available to BT set top box customers for the first time after the two companies signed a fresh deal.
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