Front-end applications on a variety of devices, powered by Viaccess-Orca and Zenterio, are being showcased on the former’s IBC stand. The apps are said to provide a superior service to end users by offering a personalised and intuitive viewing experience for every screen.
Leveraging the company’s Voyage TV Everywhere solution, Voyage apps are claimed to enable seamless synchronisation between devices. Through the apps, end users can easily interact with content, quickly switching between a second screen device to the TV screen, in addition to viewing advertisements on second screens.
According to Viaccess-Orca, service providers utilising the apps can effectively meet the expectations of today’s end-users, saving them time and energy by personalising the service and content offering to promote the most suitable content for each user.
Also highlighted in a series of live demonstrations is how Viaccess-Orca believes Voyage saves precious time for operators, including Telekom Romania and Olympusat, while enabling them to provide an engaging experience for viewers.
Using Voyage, Telekom Romania has deployed its new IPTV service and expanded into the OTT multiscreen world in five months. Voyage enables Telekom Romania to support features such as nPVR, simplifying management of STBs and DVRs while making content available anytime, anywhere.
Voyage is also powering Olympusat’s new VEMOX end-to-end OTT cloud-based service, which delivers Spanish content mainly in the United States and LATAM markets. VEMOX is cloud-based and the company said it quickly responds to market demands and challenges while creating a secure, personalised, and consistent user experience.