TiVo said that the Spanish TV platform will be upgraded “to take advantage of TiVo’s latest generation of capabilities” and that current ONO customers will get a refreshed TiVo user experience.
Vodafone will also start marketing TiVo-powered ONO set-top boxes in its Spanish retail stores.
“Throughout our working relationship with ONO, now part of Vodafone, their commitment to innovation has always been impressive. We are pleased to continue supporting these efforts by improving and extending the TiVo offering in Spain,” said vice-president, general manager, international at TiVo, David Sandford.
The news comes after Ono expanded its TiVo deployment in September by using TiVo’s cloud service APIs to offer consistent integrated search, browse and discovery capabilities across any screen.
Announcing the move at IBC, Ono said it would integrate TiVo’s service capabilities into its TV everywhere mobile and web apps, including search and discovery and remote PVR recording management functionalities.