N. American IPTV subs to increase by 78%by '10

According to recent report from Research and Markets, subscriptions for IPTV in North America should rise 78 percent by 2010. Report authors Herve Utheza and Colin Dixon say several European IPTV deployments are on schedule and smaller Eastern European and Nordic deployments are set to launch soon too. In all, the EMEA region should top 14 million households by 2010 with France, U.K., Italy, Spain and Germany accounting for 87 percent of that total. North American growth will also lead to about 14 million households by 2010 and the U.S. will claim 80 percent of that total.

To learn more about the report's findings:
- see this press release

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