IPTV

Astro makes on-the-go service available worldwide
The Astro On-The-Go service is now available for Malaysians anywhere in the world, the company announced at a launch in Melbourne.
TaxiMonger to power HyppTV’s rent-a-cab service
Telekom Malaysia has roped in TaxiMonger for what it said was the world’s first television-based taxi booking service, to be offered via TM’s HyppTV IPTV service.
Astro scores Premier League rights
Astro Malaysia Holdings Berhad says it has won the tender for broadcast rights to the Barclays Premier League (BPL) in Malaysia for three seasons.
TIME for Cyberjaya homes and offices
Fixed-line provider TIME dotCom Bhd and Cyberjaya master developer Setia Haruman Sdn Bhd have announced a collaboration to introduce fiber connectivity to homes and offices in the city.
Astro and Maxis sign strategic partnership
Astro and Maxis have embarked on a strategic partnership to bring integrated communications and entertainment packages to Malaysian consumers.
Astro Best VoD offers movies within 3mths of theatrical release
Astro has launched its ‘Astro Best’ service that offers Hollywood and Asian movies available on both DTH (Direct-To-Home) satellite and IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) platforms as early as three months after theatrical release and ion high-definition where available.
Embedding innovation in the tech ecosystem
The market for embedded systems is set to explode globally, and some Malaysian companies are ready to move in with the innovations they’re building around that space.
Maxis in pact with 14 content providers for new IPTV service
Maxis has partnerships with 14 content providers  for its soon-to-be launched IPTV service. Through the strategic collaborations, the integrated communications company hopes to deliver diverse on-demand movies and series, Free-to-Air (FTA) channels, as well as interactive applications.
Roundtable: It’s just TV, plain and simple (Part II)
In the first part of our report on Digital News Asia’s inaugural roundtable, which discussed IPTV, our panelists spoke about its potential and whether the introduction of connected TVs poses a threat. In this second part, they discuss whether the term IPTV would even exist five years from now, while learning more about HyppTV’s experience in trying to grow its value proposition.
Roundtable: IPTV potential is there (Part I)
The first-ever roundtable held by Digital News Asia was on the future of IPTV, in light of the remarkable progress that Telekom Malaysia Bhd has been making in getting over 370,000 customers for its UniFi service which comes bundled with its IPTV play, HyppTV.
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