Broadband video technology company Teleste will use IBC to showcase solutions and concepts that enable cable operators to combine over-the-top delivery services to their existing DVB/IPTV networks.
The company will focus on the Teleste MyCast multi-screen service platform and the Teleste Luminato distribution headend for cable TV and IPTV delivery. It will also highlight its new AC9000 intelligent fibre optic node.
Teleste said European cable TV operators are ideally positioned to provide consumers with traditional broadcast and OTT services in a market that is divided along country, language, technology and historical lines because they have two valuable assets – bandwidth and consumer trust.
“Cable networks have the bandwidth to handle all existing and upcoming TV services. Customers have for years trusted the operators for quality and monthly billing relations. We believe that customers will always appreciate the same things that made cable TV operators strong in the first place: good quality HD video, a wide range of channels, central billing, and most importantly, ease of use,” the company said in a statement.
Teleste will be exhibiting at IBC on Stand 5.C36
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