Espial has completed the previously announced acquisition of Arris’s Whole Home Solution (WHS) platform.
Terms and conditions of the acquisition were not disclosed.
With this acquisition, Espial gains an end-to-end, cloud hosted solution that enables service providers to quickly meet increasing consumer demand for next-gen video services. As previously announced, the acquisition also includes the talented WHS software engineering and operations teams based in Kirkland, WA; the WHS Network Operations Center (NOC); and two geo-redundant data centers. Ron Miller will transition from ARRIS to lead the business as General Manager for Espial.
“WHS expands our solution portfolio with a cloud-hosted Video-as-a-Service platform that is complementary to and will leverage Espial’s current solutions for next-generation IP video services,” said Jaison Dolvane, CEO, Espial.
“Espial gains a broad base of new customer relationships and further scales our world-class integration, operations, and software development teams. We look forward to collaborating with ARRIS to enhance the Whole Home Solution, strengthen support, and expand the customer base going forward.”
The Whole Home Solution is an end-to-end, turn-key IP Video solution. WHS enables service providers to deliver feature-rich video and telephony services, multi-room advanced DVR services, Wi-Fi®, DOCSIS®, and other services. Subscribers can access an extended range of content and TV everywhere options, as well as rich personalized experience. The Espial Whole Home Solution service is supported on the following ARRIS devices: the DCX-3635 Gateway, the IP815 IP Media Player, and the MP2050 and MP2150 Media Players.