The company says that its implementation of Android TV has been enhanced for pay TV services with higher levels of customisation. Demonstrations will highlight Amino’s dual-mode flexibility to run Android TV or Linux without changing hardware and access to a variety of partner apps, all certified to meet the Operator Tier specifications and requirements.
Amino will also highlight Operation Upcycle, its programme to support operators to deploy a common platform that upgrades existing legacy hardware. Amino says that this saves the expense of a swap-out, and delivers the essential components required for a TV transformation, including a TV UX, growth in subscriber base, reduced CAPEX and quicker time to market.
Amino will also showcase cable-IP transition capabilities, illustrating how it can hels operators migrate their services to IP-based service delivery via its Enable software and Move platform with demonstrations showing its successful implementations, as evidenced by Amino’s work with a number of German operators.
Finally, the company will highlight its Engage suite of service assurance management tools to enable operators to support and improve quality of service across any network by solving configuration issues remotely, saving OPEX and preventing technical dispatch, according to the company.
Amino will exhibit at ANGA COM on stand 7.A51
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