ATEME & Optiva Media Support Orange Spain VOD service with High Quality Video Cloud Solution

ATEME has partnered with Optiva Media to provide Orange Spain with a new video platform for its on-demand content.

Orange Spain has selected Optiva Media to transcode all the operator´s catchup and VOD catalog for its “Orange TV Cine y Series” service by integrating ATEME’s TITAN solution.

Through the TITAN solution, Orange Spain will benefit from ATEME’s best-in-class video encoding to deliver premium quality of experience to their customers, while gaining the flexibility and scalability of a fully operated cloud environment.

With this collaboration, Optiva Media increases and expands its portfolio for video processing and delivery by offering a fully operated end-to-end cloud-based solution.

“We are delighted to support Optiva Media in its development strategy by providing them with our solutions and our expertise. This new partnership demonstrates the innovative and excellence of our solutions and our ability to quickly deploy high quality VOD services.”
— Anais Painchault, Director ATEME Iberica
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