Exterity sees continued growth in its building-IPTV business

Building IPTV specialist Exterity is planning for continued expansion through the year, opening an office in Dubai's Internet City and launching German operations this month.

The company last year pushed into the U.S. and France, and opened a U.K. sales office in Luton.

The move comes after another year of growth for the company in 2010, which saw revenues increase by 40 percent and headcount boosted by 25 percent globally.

The second half of last year also saw the launch of Exterity's channel program, StreamForce, which in the six months since launch has signed up more than 50 partners. StreamForce is designed to offer sales, marketing, technical assistance and training.

"We have started 2011 as we ended 2010, with planned international expansion, rapid growth and a series of first to market technologies, like the DVB-T2 TV gateway, to fulfill our promise of providing reliable, flexible and future-proofed products for TV and video distribution around an organization," said CEO Colin Farquhar.

Exterity, founded in 2001, specializes in deploying high-definition digital TV and video over an organization's IP network to a virtually unlimited number of users.

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