OTT technology provider PeerTV has integrated DVB-T2 connectivity to its standard set-top box, following its recent addition of voice control to its HEVC-compatible boxes.
PeerTV said its DVB-T2 products are currently being tested by a number of potential customers interested in enabling their users to enjoy both OTT and terrestrial services from the same device.
In addition to the DVB-T2 functionality, the PeerTV set-top box can stream video and audio content from IPTV channels, OTT video distribution, VoD stores, external USB hard drives and content stored on a home network.
Israel-based PeerTV’s Android-based boxes provide a range of apps. The company has deployed devices to telcos looking to provide Pay TV services as well as operators providing ethnic content in a global, cross-border deployment.
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