Pace picks up set-top supply job

West Yorkshire-based Pace Micro Technology is to supply digital set-top boxes to support a WebTV pilot project in Germany. The announcement follows Pace’s selection in May as the main provider of PAL-compatible set-top boxes to support WebTV’s UK pilot programme. Pace is licensed to provide WebTV set-top boxes by US-based WebTV Networks, a subsidiary of […]

West Yorkshire-based Pace Micro Technology is to supply digital set-top boxes to support a WebTV pilot project in Germany.

The announcement follows Pace’s selection in May as the main provider of PAL-compatible set-top boxes to support WebTV’s UK pilot programme.

Pace is licensed to provide WebTV set-top boxes by US-based WebTV Networks, a subsidiary of Microsoft, which provides internet services via television.

Pace has already manufactured more than 6.5 million analogue receivers and 2 million digital set-top boxes.