Telia Estonia has tapped Ateme to provide the technology for its new OTT TV service. Telia Estonia will use Ateme’s Titan technology to compress and package its OTT offering, enabling it to extend the reach of HD services throughout the country.
According to Ateme, its Stream algorithms will enable Telia to extend the reach of HD profiles to the most remote households and improve the quality of the service, while software-based encoder Titan can deliver up to 60 full HD profiles per rack unit.
“When looking to expand our existing OTT channels offering, the key requirement was compression efficiency, backup requirements and solution simplicity. We can survive complete loss of one site and have automatic switchover to a backup site without customers even noticing. The choice of Ateme’s solution not only meets all our technical and cost related requirements but also provides intuitive and predictive operations, a committed roadmap and a futureproof all-inclusive engagement model,” said Oliver Mändla, broadcast solutions team Leader at Telia Estonia.
“Telia Estonia is a major reference in the region and rewards several years of product investment.This success demonstrates the excellent execution of our local teams, who continue to delight our customers every day.” said Igor Stankovic Ateme EMEA sales manager.
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