* AXTEL has entered a partnership with Ericsson for the deployment,
integration and management of a next-generation TV platform
* Users to enjoy TV services that provide greater control, interactivity
* AXTEL selects Ericsson as managed services, consulting and systems
integration partner for TV service commercial launch
In Mexico, TV is more popular than ever. According to Ericsson
ConsumerLab's annual study - presented in the TV & Video Consumer Trend
2012 - 24 percent of Mexican consumers say they have increased their TV
subscriptions. To remain competitive and meet the growing consumer demand
services that offer greater control and interactivity, Mexican operator
has entered a partnership with Ericsson for the deployment, integration and
management of an end-to-end next generation TV platform.
The system deploys a number of Ericsson TV solutions, including the
high-performance MPEG-4 AVC headend for linear and on-demand
and high-definition (HD) TV channels, as well as the award-winning Ericsson
Multiscreen TV Solution.
Jenaro Martínez, AXTEL TV Project Director, says: "We rely on
leadership in TV and managed services as we embark on this very important
initiative. We are pleased to have Ericsson as our solutions provider and
partner in providing our users with interactive and innovative TV
Nicolás Brancoli, Vice President, Ericsson Latin America and
"This contract marks the beginning of a new partnership between AXTEL and
Ericsson, and underlines our commitment to offer innovative solutions to
customers. It allows us to help AXTEL meet consumers' growing demand for TV
services that offer greater control and interactivity."
Ericsson's TV solution will enable AXTEL to harness greater efficiencies,
new, differentiated services and grow revenues as it provides its users
latest-generation of personalized and interactive TV experiences. A key
in AXTEL's decision to choose Ericsson was Ericsson's ability to offer a
class Network Operations Centre (NOC) and video management infrastructure
help mitigate operational complexities and risks. This will allow AXTEL to
on its core business functions and to secure a successful service launch of
new triple play bundled offer in Mexico.
Ericsson has to date signed more than 240 IPTV contracts. These include
commercial multi-screen contracts, IPTV system integration projects, IPTV
headend contracts and IPTV infrastructure contracts for access, metro
and IP Edge.
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