The latest order follows the launch of TTNet’s Tivibù Home service in the last quarter of 2010, offering IPTV services to the company’s six million ADSL customers in 81 Turkish cities.
The Air 7120 uses flash memory to let viewers pause and rewind live broadcasts. The WAV-275’s VoIP support provides phone calls over the internet. The Air 7120 and the WAV-275 can be connected with a cable or connected wirelessly using the award winning Air 4420 wireless access point.
AirTies CEO Bulent Çelebi said, “In our long history of cooperation with TTNet, we have been able to help millions of users to access the internet. Now, with our new IPTV receivers, we will continue to be a guest in the homes of TTNet users. We are very glad not only to have been chosen, once again, by TTNet for their Tivibu Home service, but also to be part of a process that is revolutionising millions of viewers’ TV habits.”
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