Algerian telco AlgÃ©rie TÃ©lÃ©com has launched an IPTV service, SAFIR, using technology from FranceÂs Netgem.
The service will offer about 60 channels accessible via a Netgem TV decoder. AlgÃ©rie TÃ©lÃ©com plans to serve six million households across the country with high-speed broadband services by 2013 via a fibre-to-the-home network. The companyÂs CEO, Moussa Ben-Hamadi, has said that the IPTV service will be key to deployment of FTTH, an initiative that is being pushed by the Algerian government.
The SAFIR IPTV service is being deployed by systems integrator SPEC-COM AlgÃ©rie.
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