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Comcast Technology Solutions partners with Ideal Systems for APAC deployments

Comcast Technology Solutions (CTS) has announced a new partnership with Ideal Systems throughout the APAC region.

Thepartnership will see Ideal Systems serve as a strategic reseller of Comcast Technology Solutions’ CTSuite portfolio of products and services. It will offer companies in the region access to CTS’s Cloud TV Suite, Direct-to-Consumer Suite, Live Linear Suite, and VideoAI.

Ideal Systems currently provides a range of media technology services, including consultation, design, installation, integration, as well as operational and maintenance support of technology infrastructure across the APAC region. It has 12 offices across eight countries, and has deployments across China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, and other markets.

Bart Spriester, vice president and general manager of the Content and Streaming Providers Suite for Comcast Technology Solutions, said: “While Comcast Technology Solutions provides a technology stack to manage premium video services worldwide, this new relationship with Ideal Systems should significantly extend our capabilities to better serve clients in the Asia Pacific region. Ideal Systems has a proven record of serving broadcasters and video providers throughout APAC, and together we look forward to helping customers automate, secure, monetise, and scale their video businesses.”

Fintan Mc Kiernan, CEO at Ideal Systems SEA, said: “Comcast Technology Solutions is renowned globally for powering video entertainment services for leading broadcasters, programmers, service providers, and brands. As such, we are very proud to offer Comcast Technology Solutions’ industry-leading portfolio of solutions to help customers both simplify and scale their video efforts across APAC. 

“Companies today want more efficient and flexible ways to deliver multi-screen, cloud-based video to viewers, and this new strategic relationship with Comcast Technology Solutions is aimed at meeting this growing demand.”

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