German regional carrier M-net has chosen ABOX42, a German provider of set-top-box solutions for pay-TV, IPTV and OTT operators, as the technology supplier for its multiscreen IPTV service.
Cisco has used the platform of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to give details of its part in the new Sky Q entertainment system.
The Polish cable operator Multimedia Polska has selected TiVo subsidiary Cubiware’s CubiTV hybrid platform for the delivery of DVB services via Cubiware STBs and portal server.
Conax expects to implement security architecture for Android STBs sometime in mid-2016.
Finnish operator DNA TV has upgraded its OTT platform to offer more premium, paid content for customers across multiple devices, including tablets and smartphones.
Virgin Media has unveiled a significant update to its TiVo platform. A new brand identity will be seen by the cablenet’s 2.3 million connected customers.
BT TV is freshening up its user interface with an emphasis on more intuitive navigation.
Romtelecom is deploying Cisco’s Videoscape as its expands its pay-TV service from satellite to cable.
Cubiware and Sofia Digital have signed a middleware licensing agreement with Vodafone Iceland, a “single-brand” partner network of Vodafone Group.
Switzerland’s national telco Swisscom has selected iWedia, a Swiss company specialised in integrated software solutions for television devices, to provide the software for its new Swisscom TV 2.0 Android IPTV set-top-box.