The new customers are ETN (Emsland/Kloppenburg), EWF Connect (Northern Hesse), FairNetz (Reutlingen), Stadtwerke Lengerich, Stadtwerke Rostock and Telepark Passau from Germany as well as Austrian companies Elektro Pühringer (Perg/Mühlviertel) and Luwy TV-IT (Kremstal).
The network operators are currently in the implementation phase. FairNetz and ETN are already live, Stadtwerke Lengerich and Stadtwerke Rostock plan to launch their IPTV offerings soon.
The modular solution enables the network operators to integrate the TV service into their product portfolio in their own brand design with an individual user interface. Free-TV and pay-TV packages as well as interactive TV functions such as replay, restart, pause/play, recordings, a video library, 4K set-top boxes and apps are key parts of the offering.
“A growing number of network operators are opting for their own IPTV service. With our modular solution, we offer both large and smaller operators the possibility to quickly start with a future-proof TV service,” said Ocilion CEO Hans Kühberger. “As a driver for fibre deployment, IPTV is also the future of regional providers. With a comprehensive product portfolio and all services from one source, end customers get everything they want directly from their local provider.”