12.21.2007 10:30 AM
Conklin-INTRACOM provides Bruce Telecom with MPEG-4 IPTV solution

Conklin-INTRACOM has begun delivery of its fs/cdn MPEG-4 IPTV solution to Canadian telecom provider Bruce Telecom.

The fs/cdn product is an integrated IPTV solution allowing service providers to deliver linear and on-demand TV, chat, email, messaging and interactive services. The solution was selected to serve the lakeside communities of Kincardine, Port Elgin, Tiverton and Southampton in Canada.

MPEG-4 compression technology is being used to reach customers served over copper, in addition to those served by Bruce’s fiber-to-the-home network. A mix of high definition and standard definition video broadcast, music channels and video-on-demand will be offered to complement existing services.

In addition to providing the entire service range supported by IPTV solutions, the fs/cdn professional team will provide supplemental system integration services to accelerate service delivery.

Conklin-INTRACOM is part of INTRACOM TELECOM, a subsidiary of Russian telecom, IT and microelectronic solution provider JSC SITRONICS.

For more information, visit: www.sitronics.com.

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