TV technology provider Mirada and OTT and IPTV software specialist Anevia have teamed up to enable broadcasters and operators to develop OTT TV services.
The new offering integrates Mirada’s Iris multiscreen platform with Anevia’s NEA-DVR and NEA-CDN solution. Mirada’s Iris multiscreen platform has been integrated with Anevia’s Infinite and EDS technologies in order to offer services inclkuding live, start-over, pause live TV, catch-up TV and VOD as well as a full-featured cloud DVR service.
The pair said that their integration has been designed for geographically distributed architectures in order to match operators’ network topologies.
The joint solution makes use of native players and native DRMs, which the pair say allows the solution to target a range of different screens cost-effectively.
The system supports up to 4K quality for the main screen, and taps into the latest additions to the MPEG-DASH standard, including thumbnail scrubbing and trick modes.
Mirada’s Iris is a TV everywhere product that enables TV operators to publish and promote their content across DVB, DTH, IPTV and OTT networks.
“We are pleased to announce this partnership, which will open multiple opportunities for the future. Anevia’s solution is a great match for Mirada’s Iris platform, empowering the end-to-end experience. We are certain that together we will be able to serve even the most demanding clients around the world,” said Antonio Rodríguez, VP business development of Mirada.
“We are very happy to start working with Mirada. Thanks to their UX and backend expertise combined with our video delivery and video storage unique knowledge, we have come up with a cost effective, flexible and universal architecture natively supporting a wide range of screens and services. NEA-CDN and NEA-DVR unique technologies such as Infinite and EDS highly contributed to this success. This new offer with enable us to further extend our ecosystem to propose cable operators and Pay TV broadcaster a large choice in their selection among best-in-class integrated solutions to support their development through innovative service,” said Damien Lucas, CTO and co-founder of Anevia.
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