IPTV is presented at ICK

During this two-hour activity at ICK were presented numerous opportunities offered by IPTV which have not been enabled through other technologies.

The concept of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) was presented on Friday at the premises of Innovation Centre Kosovo (CPI) on an event jointly organized by the ICK, Kosovo Association of Information and Communication Technology (STIKK) with the Telecom of Kosovo (TK).

During this two-hour activity at ICK were presented numerous opportunities offered by IPTV which have not been enabled through other technologies.

“Today we have seen a very interesting presentation on the advantages offered by IPTV as a new product by Telecom of Kosovo, I believe that through collaborations like this one today different companies could start cooperation with each other to provide a good solution for customers interested in IPTV”, said Uranik Begu executive director of Innovation Centre Kosovo during the presentation of IPTV.

While Vegim Zhitija manager for product development and marketing services at Telecom of Kosovo, said “I am pleased with the participation because we found cooperation, cooperation opportunities, I talked to some people and immediately appointed meetings and presentations for them at PTK”.

Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) is a television system in which service is provided using the Internet Protocol (IP). In addition to the high quality this service offers many possibilities which have not been offered by other technologies such as: the shift in time, framed advertising, local recording and network video on demand. IPTV has the potential to save programs.

IPTV enables viewing of movies and documentaries on demand from the library of movies (video on demand), as well as monitoring of TV shows that can be viewed through pay per view.

Athene Prosjektledelse, Norway and Kosovo Association of Information and Communication Technology (STIKK), Kosovo are the founders of ICK, and Crimson Capital LLC, Kosovo is the main cooperating partner. ICK is funded by The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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