CES 2017. Danish operator Stofa will be launching new TV box based on Android TV in 2017. It will be a hybrid box, combing a tuner and streaming video.
DTT pay-TV operator Boxer TV has been acquired by the South Jutland energy company SE, the owner of Denmark’s second largest cable TV company Stofa.
Denmark’s Stofa will launch an à la carte option for its cable TV customers on March 31.
Danish cablenet Stofa is to offer its subscribers a broadband package without the need to also subscribe to its television service.
Broadband TV News Editor Julian Clover hosts the Multi-network Solutions in the Real World Forum at ANGA COM 2014. Eric Meijer of Ziggo, Wolfgang Zeller of Kabel Deutschland, Thomas Helbo of Stofa, Joe Weber of TiVo and Steve Oetegenn of Verimatrix discuss how operators can take control of their hybrid network services.
Thomas Helbo, CTO, Stofa talks about what has made the Stofa SmartTv service so successful in Denmark and what new technologies they are evaluating to enable a better service for its subscribers.
The Danish pay-TV operator and broadband ISP Stofa is now using Elemental video processing solutions to process, package and manage live linear channels in real time for its catch-up TV and multiscreen video services.
Klaus Hoeg-Hagensen, the CEO of Danish cablenet Stofa, has resigned.
Danish cablenet has become the first operator in Europe to deploy Cisco’s Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP) solution, the technology company has announced.
The Danish cable operator Stofa has signed a multi-year service and maintenance contract with SeaChange International for its SeaChange Adrenalin VOD services.