IBC is the venue for Netgem to demonstrate how strongly it believes its #TelcoTV platform and latest innovations enable operators to shorten time-to-market. The company claimed it can allow operators to add new revenue streams, reduce operational costs and most importantly, satisfy their end-users’ needs with a personalised viewing experience, leading to greater loyalty and increased ARPU.
Having recently announced the addition of Netflix in the list of services provided by the Netgem TV platform, Netgem also demonstrated how one of its major customers in the United Kingdom has successfully launched what the company said was the most advanced set of personalised and enhanced multiscreen features.
Joseph Haddad, CEO, Netgem said, “With the recent addition of Netflix in our list of services, together with other major OTT brands such as BBC, YouTube or Now TV, we are making #TelcoTV the new indispensable service to provide to end-users. Our strategy is to become the video entertainment services provider of choice to fixed and mobile operators and content owners around the world.”
The demos presented on the booth show what Netgem described as ‘best-in-class’ social TV features within its 4K-optimised UI, with unique features such as content ‘flick’ and ‘fetch’ from one screen to another.