Spanish cable operator Ono has extended its TiVo service to the city of Valencia.
Ono’s TiVo platform allows users to record two channels simultaneously and store over 200 hours of content as well as providing advanced content search and recommendation. Around 1.5 million and SMEs homes in Valencia can now receive the service along with broadband speeds of up to 100Mbps. The city is the third to receive TiVo following earlier launches in Barcelona and Madrid.
Ono’s CEO of residential services Guillermo Mercader said the operator had invested over €9 billion in its fibre network. Ono plans to roll the platform out to other regions this year.
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