Russia’s TotalVideo Joins With SeaChange To Offer Panoramic Platform For New OTT Services

SeaChange International and Russia-based video distribution operator TotalVideo have entered into an agreement to develop a cloud-based hybrid OTT/DVB/IPTV video management and delivery platform that will enable video and cable providers in Russia to offer a wide variety of services to their subscribers.

TotalVideo has agreed to develop and market this new OTT platform to service providers across Russia and Eastern Europe and base it around the SeaChange PanaoramiC platform. The platform will provide advanced viewing capabilities for live, linear, and on-demand content across a variety of devices, both fixed and mobile.

The PanoramiC platform is a cloud-based video management and delivery platform, combining the components of the SeaChange cFlow video management and monetization portfolio with complementary streaming solution elements from Ateme, ATES Networks, Broadpeak, and castLabs. This scalable platform solution allows providers to quickly and cost-effectively deploy personalized video services across multiple screens and devices, while offering a consistent user experience across their multiple devices.

“With SeaChange, TotalVideo has the scalable foundation to serve our customers as comprehensively and effectively as possible,” said Mikhail Silin, General Director, TotalVideo. “The combination of software solutions and professional services provided by SeaChange will allow us to deliver a platform that video providers and operators can easily adopt, allowing them to offer their viewers an enhanced user experience. With our new platform, they will benefit with increased viewership and customer loyalty.”

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