Stockholm-based Zenterio is launching Zenterio TV, an entertainment client platform powered by Zenterio Cloud.
German telco Deutsche Telekom has chosen the operating system from Swedish TV solutions provider Zenterio for the hybrid set-top-box used for the new satellite version of its IPTV platform Entertain TV.
Greece’s Cosmote TV has deployed an advanced set-top box named the Eurobox (KAON NS 2000) using Zenterio OS.
Telekom Romania has chosen Zenterio OS for a new series of set-top boxes (STBs) for its TV Interactiv IPTV service.
Deutsche Telekom has deployed a second set-top box (STB) powered by Zenterio OS as part of the group’s strategy to harmonise STB client software across its operations in Germany, Hungary, Greece, Romania and Croatia.
Greece’s Forthnet has deployed Zenterio OS on set-top boxes (STBs) for its pay-TV service.
The Croatian incumbent Hrvatski Telekom (HT) has deployed Zenterio OS software on subscribers’ set-top boxes used to receive the IPTV service MAXtv.
Deutsche Telekom is working with Zenterio, a Swedish TV technology and services provider, on a project to modernise the TV subscriber experience in Germany with one of the market’s largest deployments of IPTV set-top-boxes.
Steven Moodie has been appointed the CFO of the TV technology and services provider Zenterio, effective September 30.
Zenterio says it plans to launch a full service consultancy business for operators planning interactive services through the connected home.