Viaccess-Orca to power Guigo TV live OTT service in BrazilWednesday, December 12th, 2018
Viaccess-Orca Selected by Guigo TV in Brazil to Power Its Live OTT Service
- VO’s Cloud TV Platform, DRM, and App Solutions Ensure Secure Delivery of Live Content, Including Sports Events
PARIS — Viaccess-Orca (VO), a global leader providing OTT and TV platforms, content protection, and advanced data solutions, announced today that Brazil’s Guigo TV is launching a new OTT offering powered by VO’s TVaaS cloud-based TV platform, VO’s DRM solution, and VO’s applications. Using VO’s end-to-end, fully managed, and cloud-based TV service solution, Guigo TV can securely deliver live channels, including ethnic, finance, kids, fashion, and sports content, to subscribers on every screen.
“As the operator of Brazil’s first and only OTT subscription service with live television channels, we are setting a new precedent for superior TV Everywhere experiences,” said Renato Svirsky, Director at Guigo TV. “We chose VO’s end-to-end TV platform because it is flexible and cost-effective, speeding up the time to market for our new service. Hosting our offering on the cloud will allow us to seamlessly add features in the future, as we continue to enhance the streaming experience for customers.”
VO’s TVaaS platform provides Guigo TV with a complete solution for secure OTT delivery, including applications for smartphones, tablets, and computers. Being a fully managed and cloud-based video service delivery platform, TVaaS will allow Guigo TV to quickly monetize its new OTT service and provide the highest protection for its content offering.
“Guigo TV’s OTT service is raising the bar for streaming experiences in Brazil, and we are excited to play a pivotal role in this project,” said Carlos Ramos, Vice President of Sales, Americas, at Viaccess-Orca. “Our cloud TV platform, DRM, and app solutions not only streamline OTT content delivery, they make premium content more accessible to viewers, providing operators with the foundation for a successful streaming service.”