Alpha Networks, a pay-TV technology company specialising in back-end software, will introduce its next-generation platform tucanoRED.
Featuring an open CMS/CRM architecture as a service business model, tucanoRED simplifies subscriber management as well as the delivery of different service offerings for live and on-demand content delivered over various networks, while ensuring trouble-free deployment within any new or existing workflow.
tucanoRED covers all aspects of service management from content definition to delegation of content delivery, reducing time-to-market for new and innovative service offerings.
By providing a product-based approach, tucanoRED is a game-changer for broadcasters, network and mobile operators, as well as content owners, allowing them to generate instant revenue and reduce their investments in multiple types of software by using a convergent platform.
When tucanoRED is used as a fully managed service solution, Alpha Networks' professional services and support teams take care of maintaining, monitoring, and realizing necessary platform intervention, enabling service providers to concentrate on more important business tasks.
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