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TelStrat, Minerva Team on IPTV

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PLANO, Texas -- Today TelStrat, a developer and manufacturer of globally distributed voice and data carrier and enterprise solutions, announced a partnership with Minerva Networks, Inc. to provide a full range of Internet Protocol (IP) television services to local service providers. Video services, including live television, near-video-on-demand (nVOD), video-on-demand (VOD), and personal video recording (PVR), will be provided over DSL via Minerva's IP Television headend through TelStrat's Inteleflex Multi-Service Intelligent Access Platform. The Inteleflex Multi-Service Intelligent Access Platform (MIAP) delivers and manages narrowband and broadband voice, data and video services over any network architecture, including fiber, copper, and wireless. The video services utilize the SONET OC-3 / OC-3c Uplink and Restorable Ring and Video Delivery over ADSL functionality, new features of TelStrat's Inteleflex product line that will be released at SUPERCOMM 2002 June 4 - 6 in Atlanta. TelStrat will offer live demonstrations of these features during SUPERCOMM at booth 11509 in Hall C3, where visitors will also have the opportunity to win $10,000. Minerva Networks provides complete IP Television headend solutions, enabling the delivery of broadcast-quality television and video services over IP networks. TelStrat International Minerva Networks Inc.For more information on Supercomm 2002, please visit: Supercomm Special

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DCITDave
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DCITDave,
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12/4/2012 | 10:27:57 PM
re: TelStrat, Minerva Team on IPTV
What are some of the things you can do with TV over DSL in the business world? I'm guessing the apps would include stuff like video conferencing. Anything else? I assume the corporate world would want IPTV more than home users since most home users are married to cable. Anyone care to discuss?
rjmcmahon
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rjmcmahon,
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12/4/2012 | 10:27:54 PM
re: TelStrat, Minerva Team on IPTV
There is not a sustainable business in delivering video over DSL.
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