Appear TV offers 'universal head-end'; Bluestreak scores with Bouygues

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> LAS VEGAS--Norway-based Appear TV has rolled out a high density head-ends that can handle all the functionality required for distribution over cable, IP, satellite and terrestrial networks. Article

> LAS VEGAS--Canadian IPTV provider Bluestreak Technology says it's signed a deal with French network operator, Bouygues Telecom, to deliver Internet services--both Flash and HTML5--to Bouygues Telecom's Bbox IPTV subscribers. Article

> LAS VEGAS--Broadcast and IP transport solutions specialist Net Insight, which has been focusing its efforts on growing its business by adding partner companies, today announced it has added new partners in Latin America, Europe and Africa. Article

> LAS VEGAS--Nevion, formerly Network/VPG is debuting VideoIPath, a comprehensive software-based video services management platform for IP and optical networks at NAB. The company says it brings maximum control, monitoring and management to users' fingertips through an easy-to-use graphical interface. Release

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