Amino Helps Japan’s Optage Launch Android TV And OTT Services

Amino, a media technology provider based in Cambridge, UK, has helped Optage, a Japanese telco and cable TV provider in the Kansai region, launch Android TV and OTT services featuring Netflix.

Android TV enables Optage to integrate streaming apps and deliver video services with improved UI. Amino combines the AminoOS based Amigo 7X with Amino Engage to deliver and manage the Android TV features Optage needs. The operator used Amino’s Amigo 7X to allow its subscribers to access Netflix and Google Play Store apps, including YouTube, while keeping them within its Optage- branded Android TV Operator Tier environment.

As a Netflix Hailstorm partner, Amino can offer an optimal experience to Optage customers while using Netflix, enhancing the experience while minimizing integration efforts and time-to-market. In addition, Amino manages the Android TV certification of the device and platform by incorporating all the necessary delivery protocols and players. By driving both Android TV and Netflix certifications, Amino supports Optage through the whole project life cycle.

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