Deutsche Telekom has deployed the Zenterio OS software in set-top boxes in Germany as part of a multi-year programme to transform how viewers watch TV and video-on-demand.
Rollouts are also now ongoing in Greece, Romania and Croatia, according to Zenterio.
The German launch is part of a new, entry level, Deutsche Telekom IPTV subscription package, providing around 100 TV channels from just €2 per month.
“Viewing habits are changing incredibly quickly as more screens are added to the mix and on-demand services become increasingly intuitive,” said Zenterio CEO, Jörgen Nilsson.
“We’re incredibly proud to be working with Deutsche Telekom to empower the TV operator to drive better TV experiences.”
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