ZTE enters OTT business; Nectar.com first partner for Adpoints loyalty program

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> ZTE has introduced a hardware and software solution that integrates low bit-rate, high-definition OTT and multiscreen. Story

> Nectar.com is the first partner to sign up for a new online video advertising-based loyalty program from Adpoints. Story

> Tvinci completed a $4.5 million round of funding to expand its OTT platform internationally. Story

> TopFloor, a start-up with a video-driven e-commerce platform, made its debut. Story

> Time Warner Cable is moving in the opposite direction from offering online video with an Internet Essentials program for "very light broadband users." Story

And finally… Netflix is reportedly set to extend its online music streaming services to more countries. Story

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