Israeli startup Scopus will be supplying Deutsche Telekom with end-to-end solutions to transmit digital real-time video over broadband.

Scopus' platform will enable the German phone company to provide digital television transmissions to northern Italy. The deal is worth some NIS 3 million.

While the equipment will be installed in Milan, northern Italy, the platform provides options of remote monitoring and control from Germany.

Scopus is a privately-held company belonging to Koor Industries (NYSE: KOR) and a number of Israeli venture capital funds. It has been operational for five years. Its customers include BBC, Liberty Media, Sky, CBS and France Telecom.

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