Intel will pay top dollar to get into the IPTV game

Intel wants to be a major player in the IPTV business and it's willing to pay top dollar to access content to fulfill its ambitions. The silicon vendor, according to a FierceIPTV report citing a Reuters article, is "offering to pay as much as 75 percent more than traditional cable rates" for content. Read more

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