According to the partners, the integration of Minerva’s platform with MX1’s content management services and global delivery infrastructure will enable media companies, broadcasters, mobile service providers, ISPs, and PayTV operators to launch robust, flexible, and scalable OTT services quickly and cheaply.
Minerva supports a broad set of video services including live TV, VOD, PVR, catch-up TV, pause of live TV, and restart TV. It also provides analytics that enable operators to optimise services to increase user engagement and retention. MX1 will manage all aspects of the OTT content workflow and service delivery.
“In partnership with MX1, we are redefining the way large-scale OTT video services can be efficiently created, launched, and operated,” said Mauro Bonomi, CEO of Minerva Networks. “The combination of our platform with MX1’s media processing services and delivery infrastructure provides a comprehensive solution for the delivery of engaging entertainment experiences on a variety of connected devices.”
“Consumers are looking for compelling services that allow them to enjoy a variety of live, time-shifted, and on-demand video content anywhere and on any screen,” said Daniel Kiessling, senior product manager at MX1. “In partnership with Minerva, we have assembled a best-of-breed turnkey solution for operators to quickly and cost-effectively deploy next-generation multiscreen services. Our global OTT TV Cloud Service will enable companies worldwide to better monetise their content.”
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