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Project Focus Company: Intigral SI: Glocom technologies spotted at Intigral: Harmonic, Miranda, Harris, Cisco switchers, Appear TV, Dell servers & MAM from Media Alliance

The rules of content delivery are changing. IP-based content delivery is quickly gaining favour with broadcasters worldwide and those that embrace the change will shape tomorrow’s media landscape. In the Middle East, Saudiowned content provider Intigral has taken the lead by not just developing an IP-based delivery platform but by also forging the long-awaited alliance between telcos and broadcasters in the region. Intigral, which is best described as a digital media content provider that customises, manages and delivers content across multiple screens is already working closely with telco operator Saudi Telecom Company (STC) in the Kingdom. In fact, it enabled STC to launch Invision, Saudi Arabia’s first interactive TV service based on its IPTV capabilities. The service also delivers live TV, Catch-Up TV and video on demand to the TV screens of STC’s broadband customers.

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