Today Nokia announced a new commercial DVB-H pilot in Stockholm with Teracom in Sweden. Nokia is actually offering the Nokia Mobile Program Device 3.0 and Nokia N92 mobile TV gadgets to the pilot which will last coming from Oct to December 2006 and also consists of 400 consumers. The project is a co-operation between ATG, Boxer, Nokia, Sveriges Broadcast, Sveriges Television/UR, Telenor and Teracom.
The pilot individuals will certainly be able to view fourteen TV networks as well as hear 4 radio networks in the Stockholm city location, where a system has been built for first class quality interior and also outside coverage. The goal is to evaluate exactly what Swedish buyers think about commercial show mobile TELEVISION.
ATG, Boxer, Sveriges Broadcast and Sveriges Tv will offer material for the aviator. The exam is going to be actually provided utilizing Nokia Mobile Show Answer 3.0, as well as the pilot participants will utilize mobile devices coming from Nokia, the Nokia N92. Teracom will be responsible for the network, the program as well as operating of the platform.
“We firmly believe in the ability of the DVB-H technology as well as in the mobile phone TV solution, and our company are looking forward to providing the comprehensive possibility and passion of broadcast mobile TELEVISION in Sweden,” states Sigurd Leth, Interactive media Supervisor for Nokia Nordic.
DVB-H modern technology goes with existing operator systems, enhancing capability and also quality. This provides customers the opportunity to enjoy first class quality terrestrial digital programs along with voice telephone systems and also google get access to done in a singular device. Program mobile TV will offer new business chances for mobile phone specialist, information as well as show business, structure and device suppliers and also modern technology providers.
This is the second mobile TELEVISION pilot in Sweden where Nokia is one of the key vendors of DVB-H technology. Last week, Nokia declared a brand-new contract with TeliaSonera Sweden for a full DVB-H pilot device, featuring Nokia Mobile Show System 3.0 and also Nokia N92 mobile phone TV devices, underpinned by Nokia’s holding and also systems integration proficiency.
The comments from various mobile phone TV pilots has been assuring. Results from pilots on program (DVB-H) mobile phone TV support services amongst individuals in Finland, the UK, Spain and France have uncovered crystal clear buyer need for such support services along with vital indications over potential company versions for office mobile TV solutions.