NSN catches Ketchikan IPTV deal

Ketchikan Public Utilities (KPU), a 75-year-old independent telecom company in Alaska, has deployed Nokia Siemens Networks' Home Entertainment 3.0 platform to offer IPTV services, according to the vendor. NSN says the capabilities of HE 3.0 will allow the carrier to open itself to third-party application development.

"Our customers are constantly looking for new ways to enhance their always-on lifestyles, and we must deliver differentiated services that best satisfy their needs," said Dan Lindgren, assistant manager, KPU Telecommunications Division, Ketchikan Public Utilities, in a press release from Nokia Siemens Networks. "Nokia Siemens Networks' understanding of the IPTV market opens new business opportunities for us by enhancing our video capabilities with High Definition content, personal video recording, and on-demand and interactive services."

For more:
- here's the NSN press release

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