Taiwan Broadband Communications (TBC), one of the country’s leading cable TV operators, is the latest recruit in the region for Android TV, following deployments of the platform at Kbro in the same country, as well as KT Skylife and CJ Hello in South Korea. There have also been recent deployments by Bahrain Telecommunication Company, Russian operator Beeline and Telekom Malaysia.
Triveni Digital’s ATSC 3.0 Cloud Service enables a faster NextGen TV broadcasting transition.
With its SaaS products now used by more than 25,000 media companies worldwide, Signiant has begun to offer additional capabilities for its Software Defined Content Exchange (SDCX) that add value beyond file transfer. The platform addresses a wide variety of users within or between companies, across any hybrid cloud or multi-cloud environment.
Altibox is the latest service provider to be swept up by the Android tide as it deploys the platform for IPTV services in Norway and Denmark accessed by over 600,000 households.
Further evidence of Android TV’s continued rise in TV OS market share has come with endorsements from Bahrain Telecommunication Company (Batelco), the country’s incumbent telco, and Russian operator Beeline. Batelco has developed a TV application on its legacy AOSP (Android Open Source Project) set top boxes with a more powerful and intuitive graphical layout than before. Customers can now manage any multimedia content distributed over the Batelco IPTV network, which has about 2 million subscribers and over 200 channels.
Synamedia, the video software vendor spun out from Cisco’s Service Provider Video Software Solutions Group (SPVSG) in 2018, is majoring on defenses against streaming piracy and unauthorized credentials sharing at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, also featuring monetization, cloud DVR and quality of experience.