Nortel reveals IPTV deal with Russian operator

Within its press release for its Q2 earnings, Nortel disclosed a deal with Russian alternative telco Pride where it enabled a triple-play offering using its newly deployed Metro Ethernet network. The solution is based on Nortel's Metro Ethernet portfolio and enables Pride to offer IPTV with VOD, VoIP and high-speed Internet access. Overall, revenues for Nortel are up slightly year-over-year with $2.74 billion for Q2 over 2005's Q2 revenues of $2.62 billion.

For more on Nortel's Q2:
- take a look at this press release

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