Broadband-service provider Eagle Broadband inked a collocation deal with Internet-exchange-connection provider Terremark Worldwide to field IPTV throughout the United States.
Under the multiyear agreement, Eagle will use Terremark's NAP of the Americas facility as a distribution hub for its IPTV service. Eagle will use the facility to support its IPTVComplete service, which includes a lineup of 200 video channels, as well as delivery systems and HD and standard-definition set-top boxes.
The League City, Texas-based company has been marketing IPTVComplete to providers as a turnkey managed service, and so far, it has landed a handful of smaller operators including Miami-based ANEW Broadband and hospitality video-service provider KoolConnect Technologies.
"This is a significant step for us in the delivery of our IPTV solution and our growth strategy for this service," Eagle CEO Dave Micek said. "Terremark's robust and secure NAP of the Americas facility is the right place for us to be as we continue to grow our business in the IPTV-content-delivery service market."
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