Access will show visitors to its stand at IBC (14.D14) the latest developments of its software solutions running on Zenterio OS.
The features showcased complement the integration of the joint solution by Magyar Telekom and M7 announced by the company at last year’s event.
The integration has been extended to support HbbTV for hybrid TV deployments.
According to Dr Neale Foster, COO and VP global sales, Access Europe, “Operators are looking to reduce costs for set-top-boxes and secondary smart cards for PVR access, while still providing a more personal experience for consumers. The solution we developed with Zenterio enables operators to deploy next generation UIs on any platform in the blink of an eye.
“This combination of Zenterio OS and Access Twine allows our customers to quickly adapt their solutions in accordance with consumer demand. It offers more flexibility, makes it easier to manage multiscreen capability and it keeps hardware costs to a minimum.”
Marco Frattolin, VP product management, Zenterio, added: “Since the beginning of our collaboration with ACCESS, we have seen the multiscreen industry mature and embrace standards as more devices and interaction methods enter the mix. We’re pleased to reveal our joint solution that enables operators to deliver a highly personalised viewer experience on any platform.
“Our IBC demonstrations will help operators see how they can utilize standards-based solutions to deliver true multiscreen everywhere and keep subscribers hooked to their services regardless of the device.”
The demos will include Access Twine, library functionality originally showcased at CES 2015, Netfront Browser family, Netfront Living Connect and Zenterio OS.