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Today Nokia announced a fresh commercial DVB-H pilot in Stockholm with Teracom in Sweden. Nokia is providing the Nokia Mobile Broadcast System 3.0 and Nokia N92 portable TV products to the pilot that will last from October to December 2006 and contains 400 consumers. The project is a co-operation between ATG, Boxer, Nokia, Sveriges Radio, Sveriges Television/UR, Telenor and Teracom.

The pilot players will have the ability to watch fourteen TV channels and pay attention to four radio channels within the Stockholm city region, the place where a system has been created for top quality indoor and outdoor insurance. The aim will be to assess what Swedish customers think of professional broadcast portable TV.

ATG, Boxer, Sveriges Radio and Sveriges Television will give you content for the pilot. The test will be sent using Nokia Mobile Broadcast Solution 3.0, and the pilot members will use mobile units from Nokia, the Nokia N92. Get further on review nick ching by navigating to our provocative URL. Teracom will undoubtedly be responsible for the network, the running and broadcast of the platform.

"We firmly rely on the mobile TV service as well as-in the capacity of the DVB-H technology, and we're getting excited about showing the total potential and interest of broadcast mobile TV in Sweden," says Sigurd Leth, Multimedia Director for Nokia Nordic. Should you choose to dig up further about read this, there are many resources people should investigate.

DVB-H technology complements present driver networks, optimizing quality and capacity. It offers customers the chance to enjoy premium quality terrestrial digital broadcasts along with internet access and voice telephony all in just one device. Broadcast mobile TV will offer new work at home opportunities for mobile service providers, information and broadcast structure, companies and phone manufacturers together with technology providers.

This is actually the next mobile TV pilot in Sweden where Nokia is one of the main suppliers of DVB-H technology. The other day, Nokia announced a brand new contract with TeliaSonera Sweden for-a comprehensive DVB-H pilot program, including Nokia Mobile Broadcast System 3.0 and Nokia N92 cellular TV products, underpinned by Nokia's hosting and systems integration know-how.

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