Russian service provider ER-Telecom, which operates under the Dom.ru brand, has upgraded its TV primary distribution network for analogue cable services, using satellite to distribute signals to two primary and two back-up receivers in the 56 cities in which it operators.
The company tapped Germany-based cable technology specialist WISI for the upgrade.
ER-Telecom said the upgrade would result in an improved service for its subscribers, eliminating blackouts and improving the quality of the signal.
Dom.ru TV offers about 60 analogue channels as well as a digital TV service comprising 163 channels.
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