Amino has announced that it will showcase its next-generation solutions portfolio at IBC 2018, demonstrating how it enables pay-TV operators to meet the demands of today’s connected consumer.
The company will show how operators are gaining an advantage in today’s TV Everywhere landscape by ‘upcycling’ legacy devices, rapidly deploying multiscreen services and delivering new ‘operator ready’ Android TV.
Visitors to the show will be able to see Amino’s full range of solutions, which bring together the key elements of the company’s software, hardware and services offering:
· AminoTV: a new multiscreen video platform designed for customer segmentation – delivering modern user experiences and driving control and competitiveness via its modular end-to-end platform
· AminoOS: software solutions for deploying and managing connected devices to power Linux and Android devices – enhancing customer service and reducing costs through a cloud-based service assurance and monitoring platform
· AminoVU: an IPTV and Android device portfolio with market-proven performance and reliability with over 10 million devices deployed by over 250 operators across 100-plus countries worldwide
Donald McGarva, Amino’s chief executive, said: “Gaining a competitive advantage is a critical aim for any pay-TV operator in today’s complex market, where service providers battle not just direct rivals but a variety of streaming device providers and OTT video services riding the cord-cutting trend. It has become vital for operators to be able to play it smart and cost-effectively deliver cutting-edge viewing experiences that give them a leg up in this challenging TV landscape.”