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Uzbektelecom JSC, the largest telecommunications operator in Uzbekistan, has installed content distribution network (CDN) technology in Bukhara and Kokand to improve the performance of its IPTV service.

IPTV adoption in the Asia Pacific region has helped propel the growth in the global IPTV market, to a projected regional CAGR of more than 20% for the five years to 2019, according to a report by TechNavio.

Broadcast and telecoms technology provider Ericsson is claiming to be the first company to address the growing challenges in delivery due to unprecedented growth in demand for mobile broadband, driven by video consumption.

After a rather flat previous 12 months, 2014 has proved to be a more reassuring year for European telco Orange.

Just as it announced that it had received a major order from a global media service provider in the Middle East, IP and broadcast networks transport solutions provider Net Insight has revealed strong 2014 results.

Television and Internet-bundled products now account for 43% of the globe's most connected country's pay-TV market, according to the latest figures from Korea Communications Commission.

An unnamed 'major operator' in the Netherlands has become the first company to deploy the Amino TimeShift pause live TV (PLTV) solution.

With business efficiency the name of the game in live video transport, Haivision has unveiled at ISE what it claims is a cheaper and more effective alternative to satellite or MPLS networks.