Altibox, the IPTV service set up by Norwegian utility firm Lyse Tele, is using technology from Motorola to enable its customers to wirelessly share various video services including interactive TV and video-on-demand to TVs and other IP-enabled devices in the home.
Altibox customers using Motorola’s VAP2400 wireless video bridge will be able to stream high definition video over Wi-Fi spectrum throughout the home. According to Motorola, the device enables video to be streamed through thick walls. It is designed to be installed by customers without the need for an engineer.
“At Altibox, we are focused on providing an extensive portfolio of easy to install video services that deliver an enhanced subscriber experience,” said Per-Andre Rykhus, vice-president, marketing, sales and products, Altibox. “The Motorola VAP2400 will help us to deliver new services and enhancements, including wireless HD interactive TV and video-on-demand, to any room in the home.”
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