Espial (Stand V14) is preparing demonstrate its latest end-to-end television solutions targeted toward cable operators to manage and increase value-added services for subscribers at this year’s ANGA Cable.
The Espial Media Service Platform is al head-end system that allows operators to create, introduce, manage, and monetise a unified video experience across multiscreen devices. Enabling delivery of video applications from the cloud, the platform capabilities include system administration, unified authentication and authorisation across devices, business model flexibility and an application toolkit. The Espial Media Service Platform interacts with ecosystem components via web service APIs and integration adapters.
Also on display at ANGA will be the Espial MediaBase on-demand video platform. It supports TV Everywhere services including live TV streaming, time-shift TV services, remote storage DVR services and video-on-demand services. With its recently introduced HTTP-adaptive streaming capabilities, Espial MediaBase is now available in several new configurations including origin servers, internet servers and unified servers.
Espial will also demo the Espial TV Browser, based on WebKit and HTML5, that is designed to support the browsing requirements of current and future connected TVs, set-top boxes and internet devices. Espial says the TV Browser can accelerats the deployment of TV web browsing, over-the-top web video, immersive gaming web content and interactive TV content including social media. The browser can be ported across devices and offers W3C web standards supporting HbbTV, Adobe Flash and full HTML5 video support for YouTube, BBC iPlayer, and other web-based media aggregators.