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Digital Utilities Ventures Announces Discussions with a VoIP Carrier
Internet Protocol Television (IPTV (News - Alert)) is fast changing the way we watch TV. It allows the users to watch high quality images and sound in all weather and is far more interactive than the traditional cable TVs.
Digital Utilities Ventures, Inc has announced that the company has initiated discussions with a VoIP carrier from the U.S. According to the company, this discussion is the result of its recent merger with TORQ Communications.
With its merger with TORQ Communications, Digital Utilities Ventures’ DUTV will now be able to stream its Vizzage Brand Network with the help of TORQ Voice over IP (VoIP) lines. The company believes that TORQ Voice over IP (VoIP) lines will considerably reduce the cost of streaming.
Vizzage will bring together both current and future technologies to improve the appeal of IPTV products. The company has said that it will soon announce more details of the TORQ merger.
Digital Utilities Ventures provides internet platforms to transmit TV programming. This allows the company to break the shackles of location based broadcasting as it can broadcast the videos from anywhere in the world. The broadcasts can be made to TV sets, cell phones, and many other devices.
Garry McHenry, CEO of Digital Utilities stated, “TORQ has network and interconnections with major network providers worldwide in Africa, South America, and Europe that will allow DUTV to stream its Vizzage Brand Network over these TORQ Voice over IP (VoIP) lines at very cost effective rates. These competitive rates and broad reach are the cornerstone and competitive edge for us to build a very lucrative Digital Branded content and advertising model that will propel us forward in the rapidly expanding IPTV and Telephony markets.”
Digital Utilities Ventures’ merger with TORQ Communications came recently. With this merger the company was looking to strengthen Vizzage, its new broadcast network.
Edited by Carlos Olivera