TiVo has announced plans to bring its IPTV platform to customers of Latin American fixed and mobile services provider TIGO.
The announcement will see TIGO ONEtv subscribers with access to the platform, providing them with access to TiVo’s user interface across all their devices.
The TiVO IPTV platform is powered by AI and delivers personalised search and recommendations, voice control, and an aggregated experience that brings together live, OTT and VOD content.
The platform will be available on STB’s powered by Android TV, Android and iOS mobile devices, Web browsers and Apple TV, according to the needs of each individual market.
The service has already launched in Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and with plans to expand to Bolivia, Paraguay, Panama, and Nicaragua in the coming months.
Matt Milne, chief revenue officer of TiVo parent company Xperi, said: “We’re excited to announce these new deployments of our IPTV platform for TIGO households in Latin America. The launch delivers on our mission of giving subscribers a superior video experience to find, watch and enjoy the content they love.”
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