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Below are 10 advantages and facts that you need to know about this emerging technology. This information will help you make up your own mind up and decide if it might be for you.

Ten years ago if you wanted a local phone line you called your local phone company, period. Today you have many choices from companies offering wireless, VoIP and cable television to name a few who offer local phone service.

In essence they are the same company they were several years ago. Competitors like cable television companies are taking customers and they are not taking any away themselves like AT&T and Verizon are doing.

iptv lista technology is put to great use in the stunning IP enabled waterproof bathroom television. This practical and stylish product allows viewers to safely watch their favourite TV show from the comfort of their bath or shower.

You have to look out for your own position in the company and the industry. If your job is at risk, there are countless new opportunities either within your existing company or with other companies. Learn what they need, then learn what you need to fit, and consider a move.

The IPTV List Digital Living Network Alliance has been around since It now claims to be used in more than 5,500 devices. DLNA has been something of a sleeper for the last few years but at this year’s CES 2010 we kept hearing it mentioned in places like the Samsung booth where they were showing their vision of a “connected” house. We predict you will start seeing it featured more prominently in TVs, mobile phones, laptops, printers, and more. We understand that the DLNA standard might be enhanced to include support for MPEG-4 AVC and Bluetooth in the near future. We advise you to keep an eye on this standard and look for it to be included in any gear you’re considering adding to your household. DLNA and WiFi make for a great way to move digital media around your home.

Other extender options include extending signals over one CAT cable (catone technology), expensive at present, where the HD signal is distributed over one UTP (CAT) Cable. Everyday new HD extender technology is released. Some of the new technologies on offer are fibre optic and coaxial extenders. These HD extenders, in my opinion, are the technologies to use and watch out for.

You’ll incur significant investment if you plan to provide IPTV. It is not only about Fiber Optics to the Premises/Homes….. but also the whole backhaul design plus the transport and enablement of such capacity. Thus my suggestion(s) to approach your BSP with some type of partnering arrangement (at least in the early stages) to share the Business Case in a fairly win-win proposition (keeping your initial costs lower).