New Zealander ISP Orcon has selected Alcatel-Lucent to deploy its Velocix Digital Media Delivery Platform in order to support the launch by pay-TV operator SKY of its new online TV service iSKY.
The service will enable subscribers to access SKY content from their computers, and is expected to go live before this Christmas on a nationwide basis, according to Orcon. The Content Delivery Network being build will be based on Kordia's nationwide data network, and will eventually peer openly with any broadband service provider, and be able to support and content provider.
“Put simply, the Velocix technology enables us to build a network that supports the distribution of high quality Internet-based video,” said Charlie Boyd, Head of Wholesale at Orcon. “We install Velocix technology at strategic points on the Kordia network around the country, and use these points to stream data from. Ultimately this is about getting content housed closer to the end user, reducing the cost to access it and reducing the price to consumers."
Alcatel-Lucent will deploy its next-generation Velocix Digital Media Delivery Platform in key centres across New Zealand, allowing Orcon to offer broadcasters, content distributors and website owners a faster and more efficient connection to broadband users across multiple networks and devices including PCs, mobiles and TVs.
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