Company plays in the set-top box and embedded systems space Founder to share the strategies that worked and those that did not WITH the 15th DNA-TeAM Disrupt just hours away, at 5.30pm today (Feb 19), I am overjoyed to welcome Select-TV chief executive officer C.S. Goh as a panelist.
Maxis Bhd, the country’s largest mobile operator, is continuing to see its Home Services business dragging down overall group earnings.
Ericsson has completed the acquisition of Microsoft’s Mediaroom business and TV solution.
Astro SuperSport HD and Astro SuperSport 2 HD (collectively, the ASSP Channels) are now available on TM’s Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) service, HyppTV after an agreement was signed between their two subsidiaries.
Opera Software has launched a next-generation TV app technology which it claimed has the ability to transform online video into apps for connected TV, at zero cost and all in less than a minute.
Maxis posted revenue of RM2.327 billion for the first quarter of 2013, a 4.4% increase over the same period last year, saying it recorded healthy growth across all business segments with data services, particularly mobile Internet, being the key growth driver, up 17.3% from a year ago.
The strategic tie-up between Measat Broadcast Network Systems and Maxis Communications in a deal signed on April 30 for the former to provide IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) to the latter’s subscribers is expected to be a win-win situation for both service providers, says an industry analyst.
Astro and Maxis have teamed up to offer packages that include Astro TV, high speed broadband and home voice services via Astro B.yond IPTV.
TM, through its HyppTV service, became the first Malaysian IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) company to win an award at the TV Connect Industry Awards (previously known as IP&TV Industry awards) in Mayfair, London recently.
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