ADB and Vector are working together to enable European service providers and operators to “maximise the cloud and deliver superior OTT video services across platforms and devices.”
The pair are working together to help local operators launch personal TV services. ADB’s systems solutions deliver content to multi-platform environments and include features like start-over, catch-up TV and cloud DVR.
“2015 is sure to be an explosive year for OTT. Consumer viewing habits are changing and more and more consumers are shifting from traditional TV viewing and turning to the smaller screen to watch their favourite content,” said ADB’s CEO, Peter Balchin.
“OTT is a significant part of ADB´s software and solutions proposal. We have the right technology, expertise and delivery capability to help operators win and retain customers, and ultimately increase their return on investment.”
ADB will demo its full OTT product suite at ANGA COM, including its GraphyneOTT application – a multi-DRM solution that lets OTT service providers upgrade to a live, linear broadcast service.
ADB provides and integrates software, system and service solutions to cable, satellite, IPTV and broadband operators – including Swisscom, Telecom Italia, Telefonica, Telenet, and Vodafone.
ADB and Vector will be exhibiting at ANGA COM at the Vector stand, hall 10.2, booth K15.
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