Antel, Samsung to offer box-free IPTV in Uruguay; KPN IPTV moves to smartphones

More IPTV news from across the Web:

 Follow @FierceIPTV  | RT @advancedtv: Hollywood extends turnaround in home video sales | Article

> TV-set maker Samsung Electronics and state-owned Uruguayan communications company Antel will use Samsung smart TVs to deliver IPTV without the need for a set-top box. Article

> KPN is putting its IPTV service on smartphones, starting with iPhones right now and Android phones in August. Article

> By September, Belarus' state-owned national PTO Beltelecom expects it will have 600,000 IPTV subscribers as part of an audience of two million Internet customers. Article

> Albis Technologies will show off its "comprehensive range of HD IPTV set-top boxes," including one that supports OpenGL-based user interfaces, at IBC. Release.

> Brazil's Orange Technologia is expecting to roll in the greenbacks after launching the IPTV Orange platform. Article

And finally … TalkTalk has confirmedconfirmed that it's launching Free TV for its TalkTalk Plus customers. Article

WHITEPAPER

How To Lower the Cost of Ownership of Your Cable Access Network

This white paper presents a cost analysis of a virtualized cable modem termination system (CMTS) deployed in a distributed access architecture (DAA). Learn how to eliminate traditional CMTS constraints, efficiently enhance your network performance and more.

Suggested Articles

WarnerMedia scored a key HBO Max distribution deal with Comcast just as it launched in May. Nearly six months later, there still isn’t an app.

Comcast is planning new data caps and video service price increases for its subscribers in 2021.

The Apple TV remote is an often reviled peripheral device. Universal Electronics has taken it upon itself to create a different option.