Through the deal, customers can now get a combination of Kaltura’s TV platform and Nokia’s IP video technology and systems.
“Today’s TV landscape is constantly evolving into a personal experience for each and every user on their preferred devices,” said Paul Larbey, head of Nokia’s IP video business division.
“Joining forces with Kaltura allows us to ensure that our customers keep pace, and enjoy new revenue streams from advanced OTT services.”
Kaltura co-founder and CEO, Ron Yekutiel, said: “Key considerations for any current TV offering include monetisation flexibility, excellent cross-device user experiences, and the ability to scale quickly and cost effectively – Kaltura’s TV platform addresses exactly these main elements, which is even further enhanced by the great products and impeccable services provided by Nokia.”
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