Totalplay enables 4KTV for six million fibre homes in Mexico | 4K/UltraHD | News | Rapid TV News
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Mexico’s Totalplay has tripled its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network over the last year to reach six million homes in which 4K broadcasting can become a reality.

totalplay 4kFollowing a $400 million investment across 20 cities, Totalplay has deployed a FTTH infrastructure that enables broadband speeds of up to 300Mbps and an IPTV platform that supports, among other technologies, Ultra HD TV, the first to do so in Mexico.

“Our exponential growth aims to offer the best connectivity for Mexican people, using the latest technology,” said Eduardo Kuri, GM, Totalplay. “We offer the highest speeds and best TV quality in Mexico and Latin America.”

Out of the six million fibre-connected homes, Totalplay has 450,000 subscribers through Totalplay and Enlace. In addition, its IPTV service, which includes over-the-top (OTT) access to third-party content providers such as Netflix and video-on-demand (VOD) services, has found a solid partner in Netgem’s set-top boxes.

“We are introducing FTTH technology to the market, which enables us to deliver multiple services through a single, stable and high-speed connection,” commented Víctor Teuhtli Estrada, product director, Totalplay.

In addition to IPTV, VOD and interactive TV, Totalplay’s services portfolio includes TV everywhere for Android, iOS and Windows mobile devices.