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  Reply # 2083600 4-Sep-2018 10:31
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What's the 'delay' on the linear channels like? It's not a whole minute behind DTT/terrestrial is it?



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  Reply # 2084138 5-Sep-2018 07:13
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cyril7: So @zollymonsta if you could clarify as I have heard various comments but all varing.

Does this service via ufb, hfc or vdsl use multicast for all or some services, or just some or none at all.

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None at all. Utilising ABR OTT. 

 

 

 

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Grant

 

 

What is the actual Platform behind it? Cisco? Huawei?

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2084140 5-Sep-2018 07:19
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Hi Craig, bit of sniffing around and I found Kaltura is my bet, they won a contract to supply OTT services to Voda worldwide, currently they are providing the same/similar platform in Spain, Italy and NZ and more to come.

 

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  Reply # 2087074 10-Sep-2018 18:27
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So, how is the experience with Vodafone TV?

 

I'm considering switching to Vodafone since the Spark price increase would mean I can get the Sky Starter pack for the same price as I currently pay with Spark.


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  Reply # 2087108 10-Sep-2018 18:41
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Hi, checkout some of the threads here, its not pretty, as for the site I am asking about, still to get connected, Voda have now taken over a month to connect a new house that in the end took them 15min to pull a cable in a client supplied conduit, then failed several times to get from HFC on the side of the house to working broadband, they say hopefully tomorrow,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,grrrrrrrrr

 

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