RELEASE: mPhase inks a deal with Accedo for IPTV gaming

mPhase Technologies Will Offer Gaming as an Option of the mPhase IPTV System Advanced Gaming from Accedo on IPTV Networks Will Add Revenues and Provide Differentiation for Telcos LITTLE FALLS, N.J., BUSINESS WIRE -- mPhase Technologies (OTCBB: XDSL) today announced that it has formed an alliance with Sweden's Accedo to offer games with the mPhase TV+ System middleware offer. The companies will market the game packages to broadband operators as a pre-configured solution for interactive IPTV services. The new Accedo Games packages will provide operators with a range of revenue-generating and differentiating games for the mPhase TV+ System. "IPTV providers want to serve a range of customers - games are an excellent way for providers to deliver new entertainment options with IPTV," noted Phil Thompson, executive vice president-product management for mPhase. "The Accedo games with our TV+ System will give network service providers the option of offering a range of popular casual game concepts to their customers."

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