Category: IPTV

Telefónica plans to deploy FTTH in 19 Brazilian cities during this year. The project will start once the company is authorized to convert its fines into investments. In this case, the investment figure is R$ 4.5 billion (USD 1.4 billion) until 2020. As agreed in the Term of Conduct Adjustment (TAC in Portuguese), Telefónica will […]


Cable Onda has begun building its next-generation video experience across cable, OTT and IPTV networks on a single video back office with integrated content management and advertising solutions from SeaChange International. With SeaChange Adrenalin multiscreen television platform, the Panama-based service provider will serve on-demand and linear video to all consumer platforms and devices, including value-added […]


Claro (America Movil) from Puerto Rico announced an investment plan in infrastructure that includes the modernization of its mobile network, the use of carrier aggregation technology and the expansion of its FTTH network.   According to the President and CEO of the company, Enrique Ortíz de Montellano, the operator is “bringing fiber optics to the […]


Mexican triple play operator Totalplay (Grupo Salinas) has selected Verimatrix Video Content Authority System (VCAS) platform to align with its network upgrade roadmap, which includes securing its On Demand service and supporting its IPTV and 4K/HEVC expansion plans.   In a press release, Verimatrix explained that the VCAS architecture uniquely provides the security infrastructure, tools […]


Mexican triple-play operator Totalplay (Grupo Salinas) has launched Gamefly, a new video game streaming service with over 30 video games for a monthly fee of MX$ 159 (USD 8.9).   Pay TV users have access to the service through the main menu. Gamefly supports most major controls, such as Xbox 360 with USB port and Logitech F310, with […]


The Colombian company GlobalNet launched early this month the IPTV service GlobalPlay. The implementation was carried out by the company VectorMAX. The CEO of GlobalNet, Luis Redondo, told NexTV Latam News that the company is expecting to have about 100,000 subscribers in two years. However, Rendondo said that the Colombian Market “is saturated” but is […]


  Mexican pay TV operator Totalplay (Grupo Salinas) will enter the online gaming market. The CEO of the company, Eduardo Kuri, told Milenio newspaper that a “very innovative” video game system will be launched in one month, and it will be available for all pay TV subscribers.   “We will offer high quality games at […]


  The QYOU, an entertainment company focused on the curation and programming of short-form video content, has announced a partnership with Totalplay to offer its content though the operator’s IPTV platform.   The deals marks The QYOU’s entry into the Latin American market. The company offers a line-up of internet content that include a range […]


  Mexican triple-play operator Totalplay (Grupo Salinas) has announced that its FTTH network is available to six million households across 20 cities.   The expansion plan was announced in February 2015. In less than 18 months and after a USD 400 million investment, the company tripled the coverage and reached 450,000 subscribers, informed the company […]


  From 1 August, Digicel Play will add the channel Flow Sports (Cable & Wireless) to its line-up of content throughout all of its TV markets in the Caribbean.   The sport channel has the TV rights to the Premier League matches, and it also offers contents from the FA Cup and the Bundesliga, among […]