Through the deal, Cubiware will integrate its middleware solutions with Quadrille’s Push VOD technology, making it available on a range of low cost set-top box platforms aimed at pay TV operators in emerging markets.
Quadrille’s Push VOD solution allows catalogues of videos to be stored locally on set-top boxes, providing access to content without broadband connection.
CubiTV’s interface, meanwhile, is designed to make it easy for subscribers to navigate advanced TV functionality and includes a graphics-rendering engine for fast menus and program guides with animations, transitions, and effects – but is designed to run on low-power, small footprint DTV and IPTV processors.
“Since 2012, Quadrille has been a great partner to Cubiware, using our middleware to expand across Europe, Africa and Middle East. This collaboration provides broadcasters the choice to introduce innovative on-demand offering also for territories with weak broadband penetration,” said Cubiware co-founder, Jakub Gorski.
Quadrille CEO, Xavier Battas, said: “Our partnership with Cubiware has been transformative to our business. The integrated CubiTV-Push VOD technology allows broadcasters to deploy push video services while saving on transmission costs, creating an attractive option across the board.”
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