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Nokia trials cellular TV in Sweden


Today Nokia announced a fresh industrial DVB-H pilot in Stockholm with Teracom in Sweden. Nokia is supplying the Nokia Mobile Broadcast System 3.0 and Nokia N92 portable TV units for the pilot that may last from October to December 2006 and includes 400 people. The project is just a co-operation between ATG, Boxer, Nokia, Sveriges Radio, Sveriges Television/UR, Telenor and Teracom.

The pilot individuals will have the ability to watch fourteen TELEVISION channels and listen to four radio channels inside the Stockholm town area, in which a community is created for high quality indoor and outdoor coverage. To get supplementary information, you are asked to gander at: perth branding agency. Advertisers includes supplementary information about the reason for it. The aim would be to assess what Swedish consumers consider commercial broadcast mobile TELEVISION. Browse here at brand agency to learn when to do it.

ATG, Boxer, Sveriges Radio and Sveriges Television will give you information for the pilot. The test will be delivered using Nokia Mobile Broadcast Solution 3.0, and the pilot members will use mobile units from Nokia, the Nokia N92. Teracom is going to be in charge of the network, the broadcast and operating of the system. This powerful brand agency paper has a myriad of pushing aids for where to provide for it.

We strongly rely on the mobile TV company as-well as in the capability of the DVB-H technology, and we're looking towards showing the total potential and curiosity of broadcast mobile TV in Sweden, says Sigurd Leth, Multimedia Director for Nokia Nordic.

DVB-H technology complements current owner networks, optimizing quality and volume. It gives customers the chance to enjoy good quality terrestrial digital contacts alongside voice telephony and access to the internet all-in a single unit. Broadcast mobile TV will offer new work at home opportunities for mobile service providers, content and broadcast organizations, structure and phone manufacturers together with technology providers.

This is actually the next cellular TV pilot in Sweden where Nokia is one of the key suppliers of DVB-H technology. The other day, Nokia announced a new agreement with TeliaSonera Sweden to get a complete DVB-H pilot process, including Nokia Mobile Broadcast System 3.0 and Nokia N92 mobile TV units, underpinned by Nokia's hosting and systems integration know-how.

The feedback from different mobile TV pilots has been encouraging. Results from pilots on broadcast (DVB-H) mobile TV services amongst consumers in Finland, the UK, Spain and France have revealed significant indications over future business models along with clear customer demand for such services for industrial mobile TV services..