Tilgin wins IPTV order Danish utility firm

Tilgin, a provider of customer premises equipment solutions for multi-play and next-generation broadband services, has won an order of its IPTV technology from the broadband subsidiary of one of the largest and most influential multi-utility companies in Denmark.

Tilgin will be delivering its High Definition Mood 400 IP set-tops and management software as part of an end-to-end IPTV ecosystem.

However,  Tilgrin did not disclose which utility firm will be using its solutions.

'Winning this deal is yet another proof that Tilgin enables operators to take full advantage of the next generation broadband services', said Ola Berglund CEO at Tilgin. 'Tilgin is in a strong position to leverage its technological leadership as operators across Europe invest in order to offer High Definition IPTV.'

The Danish utility has extensively deployed a fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network and will deliver a broad portfolio of next-generation broadband services, including High Definition IPTV. The services will be commercially roll-out directly.

The company has more than one hundred thousand residential and business customers, whom they over time will be able to offer High Definition IPTV as they continue to build out its network.

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