The Consortium is coordinated by THE UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD (United Kingdom) and the members are: UNIVERSITY OF KENT (United Kingdom), CHALMERS TEKNISKA HOEGSKOLA AB (Sweden), UNIVERSIDAD POLITECNICA DE MADRID (Spain), UNIVERSIDADE DA CORUNA (Spain), QUVIQ AB (Sweden), ERLANG SOLUTIONS LIMITED (United Kingdom), INTEROUD INNOVATION SL (Spain) and SP SVERIGES TEKNISKA FORSKNINGSINSTITUT AB (Sweden).
While trends in Mobiles are for smaller, smarter and richer devices, the IPTV direction is far from clear. The OptiBand European funded project may provide a ‘trajectory' with its recent major technology breakthrough in DSL based IPTV. The proof-of-concept has demonstrated delivery multiple streams of high quality over a single DSL line that can enable several HD channels per household. This means that operators can use existing DSL infrastructure without any change to it and deliver an alternative to the Internet based IPTV.
The R.C. Deportivo de La Coruña launched a new liveTV streaming service for their users through its internetTV portal www.canaldeportivo.tv. This new service allows the supporters to follow, both live and on-demand, the press conferences of the team.
Interoud participated in the 8th Optiband meeting on 12th and 13th of March, held at the facilities of Telecom Italia in Turin, as a partner of the international Optiband Consortium.
Interoud Innovation became a new partner at the international Protest Consortium.
The Protest Consortium have been working since 2007 with the aims to support industry to maintain 5-nines (99.999%) reliability in future service-oriented networks and systems.
Acciona Trasmediterranea with a modern fleet is the leading ship owning company in Spain for both cargo and passengers, joining the Peninsula with the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Ceuta,Melilla and expanding to Morocco, Tangiers and Nador, Algeria, France and Italy.
Interoud Innovation became a new partner at the spanish R&D consortium ULTRA-Contents.