The Latin American spin on IPTV

IPTV is taking off in Latin America, even as it seems to be slowing north of the border, where AT&T remains the primary deployer.

Alcatel-Lucent and Microsoft last week announced a Latin American win, signing Codetel (Compania Dominicana de Telefonos) of the Dominican Republic. Codetel is an admittedly smaller player than many of the Tier 1 telecom service providers that are currently using Microsoft Mediaroom to deliver IPTV and possibly a sign of more to come on this front, said Hemang Mehta, product management director for Microsoft Mediaroom.


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