As the technology infrastructure for advanced video services continues evolving exponentially, how can tier II and III providers effectively compete with larger providers for subscribers while maintaining their advantage of subscriber proximity?
In September 2020, Plataforma Multimedia de Operadores (PMO) entered the Spanish video market with Zapi, the country’s first OTT platform. Combining an advanced technology platform, collective purchasing power and content negotiation capacity, its launch highlights how a successful bring-your-own-device (BYOD) strategy can massively benefit smaller and regional cable and ISP operators.
The case study discussion will explore:
CTO of Zapi, CEO of Mirada and VP Sales EMEA from Verimatrix will share insights on Zapi’s path to successfully doubling their channel line-up, and reducing CAPEX by offering localised and premium content within a modern, secure UX that has nothing to envy the most advanced tier 1 platforms. This discussion is moderated by DTVE‘s Stuart Thomson and features research powerhouse analyst, Omdia‘s Maria Rua Aguete.
José Luis Vázquez, CEO and Founder, Mirada
Geir Bjørndal, VP Sales EMEA, Verimatrix
José Carrillo, CTO, Zapi
Maria Rua Aguete, Executive Director of Media, Service Providers & Platforms, Omdia
Stuart Thomson, Editor, Digital TV Europe
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05 December 2020 @ 21:34:00 UTC
DTVE Digital Symposium 2020 - Keeping up with the customer: Quality of Experience and subscriber retention
05 December 2020 @ 13:00:01 UTC