IPTV Digital Marketing Solutions
IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) is a system where a digital television service is delivered using the Internet Protocol over a network infrastructure, which may include delivery by a broadband connection. This type of delivery is widely called TV over Internet or Internet Television. (Source: Wikipedia.org)
What is IPTV?
IPTV uses a data network to distribute audio and video to a large number of users. It is a multi-service network video solution that is integrated, robust, and cost-effective. This technology is the result of data and video convergence, enabling the delivery of live, scheduled, and on-demand video content streaming conveniently to the desktop. It combines TV-quality streaming video with application and management features to deliver next generation communications, video commerce applications, and entertainment.
IPTV simplifies video business communications, delivering timely and affordable information to specific audiences. This solution offers organisations the opportunity for services like video-on-demand (VOD), interactive advertising, personal video recording, and distance learning. You will no longer require a separate video network and support staff for your video solution.
We can help design a highly available, resilient Open IPTV or Walled IPTV (in-company) architectures using IPTV servers and proven software for compression and Video on Demand and Streaming Video content.
We also have links with video production and programming companies to help you populate the media.
Contact us now to find out how we can help you release your IPTV potential.
To download our IPTV brochure, please click on the logo (PDF, 264KB).
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