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technologies and applications that allow television services to
be provided through Internet Protocol (IP) data networks.
Readers learn the options and the system to implement IPTV along
with new features and applications and business opportunities
that are available in the IPTV industry today.
If you are selecting or deploying TV systems,
you have probably figured out integrating wired, wireless, and Internet
television services is difficult or impossible with existing systems.
Unfortunately, with many new television competitors entering into the
industry, it is essential to offer an integrated set of services in order
to compete. Delivering television services over different types of
networks is critical to survival. IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is an
industry standard that allows communication operators to offer advanced
services over multiple types of access networks.
Just as Internet protocols standardized how
computers connected to the Internet, IMS standardizes how systems can
deliver media to different types of users on different types of
networks. Because IMS can use a mix of different network types and
protocols, operators can begin to offer integrated television services
on almost any type of media network.
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