Exterity launches corporate IPTV at Reuters HQ

AV network specialist Exterity launched an IPTV system that delivers 60 digital and terrestrial channels to more than 250 displays and an estimated 2,500 desktops and Reuters' headquarters in London. The system replaces a coaxial system that the company found dated, slow to deploy and expensive. The news agency said the IPTV setup will help its personnel stay abreast of national, international and internal news feeds. Exterity's plug-and-play broadcast TV to IP network distribution products, called "TVgateways," support the service. The gateways can handle up to six DVB-T or DVB-S feeds and can stream the program contents of up to six broadcast TV multiplexes over a building network. Exterity claims the corporate IPTV deployment is the largest in the U.K.

For more the IPTV deployment:
- check out this TMCnet article

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