Our mission is to identify and explain the
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.
Business - White Papers that provide marketing, business development, and market
information that is related to the television industry.
Distribution Systems - White Papers that explain the options and operation of transmission systems that are
used to transfer IPTV signals between the head-end and user devices.
Industry Standards - Documents, descriptions, and specifications that are commonly used or
required to operate or provide IPTV services.
Operational Support Systems - White Papers that describe equipment and software that are used to allow a network operator to perform the administrative portions of the business.
Regulation - White Papers that identify and explain rules that are established governments that are
designed to control and maintain the service of public communications
Services - Internet protocol television services are the providing of television
signals or programs to viewing devices (e.g. televisions) where the
signals travel through IP data networks such as private lines (DSL) or via
public data lines (e.g. the Internet).
TV Accessories - White Papers that describe devices or software
programs that can be optionally connection to TV systems or services.
Examples of TV accessories include remote controls, gaming controllers and
other human interface devices that are specifically designed to be used
with TV systems and services.
- White Papers that explain how television systems can upgraded
to sell and process orders directly to customers.
TV Production - White Papers that explain the processes of filming and
producing television programs.
TV Widgets - White Papers that explain how small utility programs
(widgets) can be installed in STBs, or web capable TVs and used to
navigate and display media on television sets.