ALSO NOTED: Verimatrix teams with Motorola for HD; TVN: the first MPEG-4 VOD?; and much more...

> Juniper study finds IPv6 transition could bring in $97M by 2001 from government IT spending alone. Release

> Verimatrix teams up with Motorola for HD. Release

> Com Net, Latens, Minerva and Amino deploy AmiNET500 PVR. Release

> TVn claims to have launched the country's first MPEG-4 VOD solution. Release

> Pixelmetrix's Amit Sood offers a broad industry overview and suggests some best practices. Article

> The Diffusion Group adds two more consultants to their staff: Michael Fischer and Nicholas Givotovsky. Release

> The Merdan Group, respected security experts, finished a rigorous audit of Irdeto. Apparently, the content providers are lining up to talk with the company. Release

> Orca Interactive partners up with CodeBaby. Release

> Tut's Q3 revenue dips a bit from last quarter. Release

> HPNA's new spec is released. Check out this PR for the details. Release

And Finally... Check back here throughout the week as I update our TelcoTV 2006 coverage between now and next Thursday.

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