​ADB Launch Connected Solutions at IBC

ADB Connected Solutions is a new range of application specific software solutions for personal and business TV and IoT including a ConnectedOS platform for managing connected devices and IoT applications.

“This is a new chapter for ADB – we are building on our past experience and securing our future. We have a strong vision in the new Connected Age and we are focused and committed to make this a reality for our customers and their consumers,” said Peter Balchin, CEO. "We believe that in an age of Internet connectivity, there is a need for fast and reliable and cost-effective solutions that ensure consumers and businesses are always connected."

ConnectedOS is a hybrid cloud and device centric platform for developing, deploying and managing connected devices for video and the Internet of Things.

It is described as the backbone of ADB Connected Solutions “and acts as a transition layer between a wide range of connected technologies, industry platforms and protocols, simplifying integration, speed to market and reducing the cost in delivering connected services to clients.”

ADB's new range is targeted at Personal TV – delivering seamless TV experiences across any screen; Personal IoT – managing and unifying smart home applications; Business TV – delivering video and digital signage; and Business IoT to improve the efficiency of critical business processes and lifecycle management of products and services.

See ADB at IBC stand 4.B52

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