SES, Cisco Take IPTV Rural

Spangler, Todd
February 2007
Multichannel News;2/5/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p32
The article reports on the plan of Satellite-service provider SES Americom and Cisco System Inc. to offer Internet Protocol television (IPTV) to rural areas in the U.S. According SES Americom senior vice president of marketing and product management Jon Russo, the aim is to deliver an end-to-end solution for customers who are not focused on the piece parts. The turnkey offering will include about 290 linear channels provided by SES Americom.


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