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Premium OTT SaaS on show

Among the range of its software solutions for multiscreen and OTT services being demonstrated at IBC, SeaChange is highlighting its rapidly-deployable SaaS platforms for premium-OTT and social media-driven content.

Developed for fast time-to-market on a large scale, SeaChange claimed that its Rave premium OTT platform comprises every component required to build an OTT business with the integrity and quality defined by premium subscription television – from multi-device consumer experiences and storefronts to content ingestion.

The SeaChange Timeline platform is designed to enable television news organisations and other media companies to analyse social media messages across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram in real time, and identify newsworthy trends and insights to create content for television, mobile and desktop.

The SeaChange Adrenalin multiscreen television platform, combined with the SeaChange Nitro subscriber experience software, can enable service providers to deliver advanced linear, time shifted, VoD and nPVR services via a single, unified back office for individualised subscriber experiences.

With the industry Reference Design Kit, the SeaChange Nucleus video gateway software is integrated with leading SoC and set-tops for hybrid (QAM & IP) and IP-only implementations. An early RDK licensee and developer, SeaChange said that its significant contributions of software components last year helped extend the RDK’s applicability for use in Europe and other markets using the Digital Video Broadcasting standard.

Also in demonstration at IBC, SeaChange’s linear broadcast software solutions are used by service providers globally. According to SeaChange, their flexibility and ease of use empower cable, terrestrial and satellite broadcasters to fully realise the advantages of DVB-SI, such as service discovery and selection, populating EPGs with schedules, and signalling PVRs to record shows.