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Spain’s Televés has taken its IPTV hospitality solution to the Dhammakaya Temple, Thailand’s largest Buddhist centre.

After becoming an object of ridicule following a successful cyber-attack, UK ISP TalkTalk has recovered in the fourth quarter of its financial year and has boosted its content offering.

Aiming to become a full video and Internet provider in the coming years, Telefónica is preparing a $500 million investment in fibre-based services in Chile.

It’s taken a while to gain momentum but the IPTV market is definitely on the move as indicated by research from Point Topic.

Significant growth in IPTV and major investment in ultra-fast broadband, connecting three million homes and businesses, have been the standouts in the Q1 2016 results for Swisscom.

Leading UK ISP and IPTV provider TalkTalk has launched a subscription-free pay-as-you-go service offering the latest films and hit TV shows at what it calls Britain’s lowest price.

ARRIS has been selected to provide set-top boxes (STBs) to deliver digital video recording (DVR) and on-demand content for Omantel’s nascent Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) service.

Content is a growing business for Spain’s largest telco, whose recently-appointed president plans to strengthen this even more by launching a global production company.

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