The Netherlands first Android TV service is being powered by Amino and subsidiary 24i, the tech firm has confirmed.
Amino has announced a collaboration with the app-based Pay TV video streaming platform, MobiTV. The solution will be commercially available in Q4, 2019.
Dutch cable and internet service providers Delta and Caiway are to provide TV services from these brands on a shared platform, integrated via AminoTV and Stoneroos OTT Now!.
Mark Evensen, CTO, Amino Communications talks about how the Cambridge company has evolved its IPTV platform beyond the set-top box and the importance of Android Operator Tier.
UK-based technology solutions provider Amino has entered a partnership with BrightBlue, Germany’s new turnkey IPTV service provider.
Amino is to provide advanced hybrid devices to support Swisscom Broadcast with the delivery of their new TV-as-a-Service (TvaaS) 2.0 platform.
Amino will be returning to leading European trade show ANGA COM 2018 to showcase solutions that empower operators to adapt to the dynamic and changing demands in their marketplaces.
Amino has launched a new program that allows pay-TV operators to create new and compelling video services while maximising the value of deployed assets.
Further details have emerged about what will be Slovenia’s first 4K Ultra HD services, launched by T-2 in cooperation with Amino.
Amino has announced that its Aria 6 hybrid TV device has been certified for Minerva 10 –Minerva’s advanced pay-TV service management platform.