Video technology provider Edgeware has teamed up with Spanish technology company Mirada to provide a joint multiscreen platform aimed at pay TV operators.
The joint platform is already being used by four operators in Brazil, Mexico and Spain, according to the pair.
Edgeware has integrated its Video Consolidation Platform with Mirada’s Iris multi-platform user interface product.
Iris provides two UI options, Origin and Inspire, and supporting back-office system the Iris Service Delivery Platform.
“At Mirada, we build our products around the best possible user experience for viewers,” said Jose Luis Vazquez, group CEO at Mirada. “This is precisely why we partnered with Edgeware. With the VCP, we enable our customers to deliver the multiscreen services their customers demand at the quality they expect, enabling them to maintain a competitive edge in today’s rapidly changing market.”
“Our joint customer wins in Latin America and Spain are only the first of many opportunities with Mirada,” said Joachim Roos, CEO at Edgeware. “The combined strengths of Mirada’s consumer-centric UIs and back-office products and our highly flexible and scalable delivery architecture, create a solution that directly addresses the needs of TV and video operators around the globe.”
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