Reliance eyes IPTV launch this year

Reliance Communications reiterated that it is planning to launch IPTV service before the end of 2008, according to a statement by company president Mahesh Prasad in The Economic Times of India. As early as January 2007, Reliance had said that it was targeting a launch before the end of this year, and Prasad's comments suggested that the service provider is starting to see the demand for which it was hoping. Reliance announced an IPTV-related partnership with Microsoft late last year, but it seems to have been taking its time while other service providers in India began their own TV rollouts.

For more:
- read this story at The Economic Times

Related articles:
Reliance said 18 months ago it would launch by the end of 2008. Reliance report
India--and the rest of Asia--has been seen as the next IPTV hotbed. India report

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