Zenterio and Access have integrated the latter’s TV-centric NetFront Living Connect browser with Zenterio’s TV operating system.
The integration of Access’s key media sharing component NetFront Living Connect completes the cycle that started with the integration of the NetFront Browser NX with Zenterio OS last year.
Two operators, Magyar Telekom and M7 Group, have already deployed the solution. The integration provides Magyar Telekom customers with a solution to share content stored on the PVR securely, allowing for multiroom recordings, while NetFront Browser NX combined with Zenterio OS enables M7 Group to render its user interface. The deployment of the M7 TV service took only three and a half months from decision to launch, according to the pair.
“Our partnership with Access is an ideal solution for two innovative operators looking to provide next generation multiscreen services,” said Robin Rutil, CEO, Zenterio.
“This year’s IBC is dedicated to interactive TV solutions across the value chain. The combined Access and Zenterio solution provides operators with a robust solution that ensures secure media sharing on any device, enabling operators to focus on creating new experiences that surpass consumer expectations.”
“Operators are increasingly turning to open, standards-based solutions to deploy seamless multiscreen services on all devices and the integration of our solutions with Zenterio OS provides them with a technologically advanced, complete multiscreen solution,” said Neale Foster, COO and Global VP sales, TV, Access Europe. “The combination of Access and Zenterio solutions enables operators to meet the fragmentation issues faced when launching multiscreen. The integration of our software platform with Zenterio OS provides operators with a toolkit meeting the A to Z of multiscreen deployment.”
Zenterio is exhibiting at IBC on stand 4.C56 while Access is exhibiting on stand 14.D14