Deliver Your News to the World

Net Insight receives order from Japanese media operator Nexion


1/23/2006, Net Insight has received an order from Nexion regarding equipment based on Net Insight´s Nimbra platform. The equipment will be used to transport real-time critical video between New York and London. This connection will serve one of Nexion´s broadcast customers and be operational in March 2006.

“We chose to build this connection based on Net Insight´s equipment since their solution provides us with superior performance and the highest utilization of the network”, said Seiji Konno, Senior VP at Nexion.

Nexion is a Japanese media operator with headquarters in Tokyo and a new customer to Net Insight. Nexion´s current network spans between ten cities from Japan to Europe.

”We are very pleased to have Nexion as one of our customers and that they have chosen our products ", said Tomas Duffy, CEO of Net Insight.

About Net Insight
Net Insight develops video, voice and data networking equipment that delivers guaranteed 100% QoS with maximum network utilization and multicast to provide a network that can efficiently and economically deliver advanced video services such as HDTV, Video on Demand and Digital Television combined with Internet and voice traffic. Our Nimbra platform enables our customers to launch new revenue generating TV and video related services for Broadcast TV, CATV, Telco Triple Play and DVB-T with significantly reduced CAPEX and OPEX. Net Insight is quoted on the Stockholm Stock Exchange´s O list and has offices in Sweden and the USA. For more information, visit

About Nexion
In anticipation of a rapid increase in video content transmission of image data files, Nexion was established in November 2000, as the first video transmission service company in Japan. The company´s creation was also influenced by the digitalization of recording and transmission in broadcasting, and the development of broadband access in telecommunications. Nexion is providing new broadband services in the development and expansion of the next-generation digital video market, by making the use of a fiber-optic submarine cable network, a domestic backhaul and backbone network, and a city-ring network, including a state-of-the-art facility specialized for video images. For more information, visit


This news content was configured by WebWire editorial staff. Linking is permitted.

News Release Distribution and Press Release Distribution Services Provided by WebWire.