Russian service provider ER-Telecom, which operates under the Dom.ru brand, has launched its new advanced TV set-top in 55 Russian cities.
The advanced TV service includes catch-up TV for popular content for three days after it is initially broadcast as well as video-on-demand.
The service also makes content available to Android and iOS mobile devices, which can be used as remotes for the main screen.
Boxes have been provided by Humax, designed by UK agency V2 Studios, with remote controls provided by Universal Electronics. The UI has been creted by Russian agency JetStyle while content protection is provided by Nagra. SOTAL Interactive acted as system integrator.
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