Nokia Trials Mobile Tv In Sweden

Nokia Trials Mobile Tv In Sweden

Nokia trials mobile TV in​ Sweden
Today Nokia announced a​ new commercial DVB-H pilot in​ Stockholm with Teracom in​ Sweden .​
Nokia is​ supplying the​ Nokia Mobile Broadcast System 3.0 and​ Nokia N92 mobile TV devices to​ the​ pilot which will last from October to​ December 2018 and​ includes 400 consumers .​
The project is​ a​ co-operation between ATG, Boxer, Nokia, Sveriges Radio, Sveriges Television/UR, Telenor and​ Teracom .​
The pilot participants will be able to​ watch fourteen TV channels and​ listen to​ four radio channels in​ the​ Stockholm city region, where a​ network has been built for​ high quality indoor and​ outdoor coverage .​
The objective is​ to​ evaluate what Swedish consumers think about commercial broadcast mobile TV .​
ATG, Boxer, Sveriges Radio and​ Sveriges Television will provide content for​ the​ pilot .​
The test will be delivered using Nokia Mobile Broadcast Solution 3.0, and​ the​ pilot participants will use mobile devices from Nokia, the​ Nokia N92 .​
Teracom will be responsible for​ the​ network, the​ broadcast and​ operating of​ the​ platform .​
We strongly believe in​ the​ capability of​ the​ DVB-H technology as​ well as​ in​ the​ mobile TV service, and​ we are looking forward to​ presenting the​ full potential and​ interest of​ broadcast mobile TV in​ Sweden, says Sigurd Leth, Multimedia Director for​ Nokia Nordic.
DVB-H technology complements existing operator networks, optimizing capacity and​ quality .​
It offers consumers the​ chance to​ enjoy high quality terrestrial digital broadcasts along with voice telephony and​ internet access all in​ a​ single device .​
Broadcast mobile TV will offer new business opportunities for​ mobile service providers, content and​ broadcast companies, infrastructure and​ handset manufacturers as​ well as​ technology providers.
This is​ the​ second mobile TV pilot in​ Sweden where Nokia is​ one of​ the​ main suppliers of​ DVB-H technology .​
Last week, Nokia announced a​ new contract with TeliaSonera Sweden for​ a​ complete DVB-H pilot system, including Nokia Mobile Broadcast System 3.0 and​ Nokia N92 mobile TV devices, underpinned by Nokia's hosting and​ systems integration know-how .​

The feedback from different mobile TV pilots has been promising .​
Results from pilots on broadcast (DVB-H) mobile TV services amongst consumers in​ Finland, the​ UK, Spain and​ France have revealed clear consumer demand for​ such services as​ well as​ important indications over future business models for​ commercial mobile TV services.

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