Technology provider Amino is to partner with Middle East regional IPTV specialist Advanced Media Systems (AMS) in the delivery of end-to-end entertainment solutions for the network operator, hospitality and digital signage market.
The two companies have developed a joint solution that includes a AMS’s IP video delivery, content processing and management portfolio with Amino’s range of operator and hospitality IPTV/OTT devices. The combined offering has been showcased at at Cabsat 2015 at the Dubai World Trade Centre this week.
Amino CEO Donald McGarva said: “Both AMS and Amino have a shared goal in delivering optimum quality solutions to the MENA region – combining our deep and extensive experience with the very latest IPTV innovations. We look forward to showcasing our joint solution at Cabsat and look forward to welcoming customers to see how we can deliver new kinds of entertainment experiences.”
Tarek Malash, AMS chairman, said “Amino and AMS share the same vision in delivering a reliable state of the art technology exceeding our customer expectation. The evolution we are witnessing in the Middle East coupled with the growth in demand for IPTV and OTT service will further demonstrate the strength of Amino and AMS partnership.”
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