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In 1995, the company Precept Software marketed the IP / TV product. The company, bought in 1995 by Cisco, becomes a brand.
In September 1999, Kingston Communications, an English regional operator, launched the KIT (Kingston Interactive Television) offer comprising an IPTV and Vod service on ADSL.
That same year, NBTel was the first company to deploy IPTV over ADSL in Canada, using the Alcatel 7350 DSLAM and middelware created by iMagicTV. The service was marketed under the name VibeVision before being developed in early 2000 under the name of Nova Scotia, shortly after the merger of NBTel with Aliant. iMagic TV was subsequently sold to Alcatel.
In 2002, SaskTel was the second company to deploy IPTV in Canada, using Lucent Stinger's ADSL platform. In 2006, it became the first North American company to offer high-definition television channels on the IPTV service.
In April 2002, in France, the president of the TF1 group Patrick Le Lay signed a letter of intent after several months of negotiations with the FAI Free. This letter concerns the setting up of an experiment in Paris and the feasibility study of an ADSL television service and a video on demand service. On September 18, 2002, Free launched the first ADSL TV in France offering channels divided into two families: free access (26) and paid access (28). The optional channels are sold either by package or individually with no commitment period.
In 2002, TF1 and 9Telecom launched an experimental ADSL TV offer in France, DreamTV. At the beginning of 2003, around ten households installed in the 15th arrondissement of Paris and in Boulogne-Billancourt were connected to Dream TV.
In 2003, Total Access Network Inc launched its IPTV service, comprising about 100 free IPTV stations around the world. This service will be used in 100 countries and in 26 languages.
In 2005, Bredbandsbolaget (en) was the first broadcaster to launch an IPTV service in Sweden. However, since 2009, it is no longer the country's leading supplier, joined by TeliaSonera.
In 2006, AT&T launched its U-Verse IPTV service in the United States, comprising a national head end and regional video service offices. The service offered more than 300 channels in eleven cities, and more as of 2007. In March 2009, AT&T announced that U-Verse was expanding to more than 100 additional high definition channels. In addition to using the Internet protocol, AT&T has built a private IP network exclusively for video streaming.
In 2007, TPG became the first ISP to launch IPTV in Australia. In addition to its ADSL2 + offer, this service is free and now offers 45 free access channels locally and a number of international channels.
In 2010, CenturyLink, after the acquisition of Embarq (2009) and Owest (2010), established itself in five American markets with its IPTV service Prism.
In 2013, Ericsson bought the IPTV subsidiary from Microsoft.
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