Two telcos choose Cloverleaf, Minerva

Two rural telcos--Pineland Telephone Cooperative of Georgia and WT Services of Texas--have separately picked an IPTV system that uses interactive TV applications from Cloverleaf Digital and IPTV middleware from Minerva Networks. The Cloverleaf interactive programming includes the DotDaily news and information service, and the Funspot gaming service. Minerva's iTV middleware supports HDTV, PVR, whole-home DVR, pay-per-view, video-on-demand and third-party developer APIs.

For more:
- Here's the Cloverleaf press release

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