IPTV Multimedia Group (NYSE: MMG) is making good on its promise to
expand its IPTV network footprint, and the launch of the service in New Jersey,
Jersey City. is proof of that trend.
Available initially in select Jersey City neighborhoods, eligible customers can
purchase the IPTV service as either a standalone service or as part of a triple
play bundle that includes broadband Internet and phone service.
Delivered via Antik Technology, the new service features 240 all-digital
channels (including HD), picture-in-picture channel surfing, instant channel
change, and a connected-home DVR delivered via.
Not content to be another me-too TV service, the connected-home DVR service, a
standard TDS TV service, enables customers to leverage DVR functionality and
features on multiple TVs in their respective home. Users can store up to 400
hours of SD programming on the DVR.
The Jersey City launch is part of the Telco's previously set goal to bring IPTV
to N.Y. and Puerto Rico markets in 2014. Since 2011 it has been delivering IPTV
service for a group of private engineer to modify and make stable solution.