Close this search box.

MSN Demonstrates IPTV at WireIE CANTO Booth

WireIE was pleased to have representatives from MSN performing a demonstration of Internet Protocol Television (ITPV) at our CANTO booth last week.

WireIE CTO Tim Brown (Left), with MSN Representative Brian W. Gutiérrez Alba (Right)

WireIE’s President & CEO Robert Barlow (Far Left) and VP of Business Development – Emerging Markets Ray Bulengo (Far Right) interacting with CANTO Conference delegates.

IPTV (Internet Protocol television) is the streamed delivery of video content encoded as a series of Internet Protocol (IP) packets. Traditionally, IPTV is distributed by a service provider and can deliver either live TV or stored video. IPTV is often bundled with other broadband Internet services — VoIP (Voice over IP) being the most common.

Unlike the broadcast model with digital or analog cable television, IPTV sends only one program at a time per set-top box.  When a viewer changes the channel, delivery of the original stream is stopped and a new stream is transmitted from the provider’s server directly to the viewer.

July 24, 2009

About WireIE

WireIE owns and operates an agile high-availability private network in underserved markets, offering a minimum 99.9% service reliability guarantee. Our award-winning and certified network overcomes constraints around geography, time and budget to break through barriers that traditional legacy networks cannot address.

Where to find us

460 Admiral Boulevard
Mississauga, ON L5T 3A3

(905) 882-4660

Latest Company News