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Switzerland’s Quickline taps SeaChange for RDK-based TV platform

logo-seachangeSwiss cable network operator The Quickline Group has tapped SeaChange’s RDK-based platform for the launch of advanced digital TV service Quickline TV.

Quickline is using SeaChange to provide  support for multiplatform content management and delivery, monetization and the subscriber experience, including RDK-V-based set-top box software.

Quickline’s centralised video operation  supports 25 independent regional cable television operators serving approximately 400,000 Swiss households, making it the country’s third-largest TV provider and fourth-largest internet and telephony provider.

SeaChange is supplying its Adrenalin multiscreen television software, integrated with its RDK-based Nucleus set-top software, to support the delivery of video to TVs, PCs and mobile devices at home and on the go.

SeaChange also delivered Quickline TV’s OTT device apps for Android and iOS enjoyment, in addition to leading integration of third-party technology providers for content delivery network, video encoding, content security and advanced set-tops, among other components.

“Quickline is on a mission to produce meaningful innovation that results in Switzerland’s best entertainment and communication experience. Quickline TV is the latest success to embody our desire to win and inspire consumers with unsurpassed value every day.  Through its meticulous focus on monetizing high-quality video everywhere, SeaChange has been instrumental in helping us to elevate multiplatform entertainment to a new level in the Swiss market and for the world at large,” said Yann Steulet, Managing Director of Residential, Quickline.

“SeaChange is accustomed to collaborating with many customers to define the forefront of innovative entertainment,” said Ed Terino, CEO, SeaChange.

“With Quickline’s groundbreaking achievements in personalisation, ease of enjoyment and RDK implementation, we believe the eyes of the media world will be on Quickline TV as a new ideal for video service provider evolution.”