05.15.2007 12:00 PM
LambdaStream, Innoxius Technologies partner for mobile TV project in Asia

LambdaStream has entered into a technology alliance with Innoxius Technologies, a mobile TV technology provider and integrator based in Singapore, to jointly develop a mobile TV solution in Asia.

LambdaStream’s Antares electronic programming guide for mobile TV and its VoDKA Video On Demand (VOD) platform will be used for the project. The VoDKA platform allows broadcasters and operators to offer both broadcast and 3G mobile TV services for advanced interactive services through mobile terminals.

The agreement is part of an effort by LambdaStream to strengthen its international presence. The company is already taking part in the launch of DVB-H networks in the Russian Federation and is carrying out an expansion plan, opening several international offices in Madrid, Russia, Singapore and the Middle East.

For more information, visit www.lambdastream.com and www.innoxius.com.



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