ALSO NOTED: Ericsson integrates set-tops; Chinese P2P vid site raises $21 million; and much more...

> Ericsson struck a deal to integrate Swedish set-top maker Tilgin's product line into its own. Press Release

> Maven Networks said it would carry Fox News. TV Week explains here

> PPLive Inc., a China-based operator of a P2P video site, has raised $21 million in Series B funding. Draper Fisher Jurvetson led the deal, and was joined by affiliate DFJ Dragon and return backers BlueRun Ventures.

> The BBC has deployed its Anevia IPTV desktop monitoring technology from Siemens. Press Release

>  China's Huawei intends to market IPTV platforms in India, according to an item in China Daily, here.

> Ringgold Telephone in Ringgold, Ga., is testing a new high-speed Internet subscriber line technology from RIM Semiconductor in Portland, Ore. Press Release

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