Set-top vendor ADB has delivered its ADB-2840C device to Belgian cable operator VOO for its digital TV service that launched at the end of last year.
The receiver has been deployed with the Carbo user interface, which includes integrated open standard APIs for third-party applications. It also enables VOO to implement additional features in the future, such as USB recording and time-shift, video-on-demand, web applications and home network media player.
“We chose ADB for our TV Services because of its proven ability to deliver high quality products whilst keeping the simplicity of TV as it should be”, said Nico Weymaere, chief technology officer at VOO. “Additionally, having Carbo Advanced integrated in the box allows us to enrich our subscribers’ experience over time without having to replace the hardware.”
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