Nordija Partners with AcumenLink to Deliver Widget Based IPTV Middleware to The AmericasMonday, April 12th, 2010
Relationship with AcumenLink Provides Instant Access Into US Marketplace
LYNGBY, Denmark — Nordija A/S, the leading provider of widget-based IPTV middleware, announced today its entry into the U.S. market in partnership with AcumenLink in support of its expansion strategy into the Americas. The relationship will also open up new channels for other companies within the IPTV ecosystem, integrators or over-the-top service suppliers.
The middleware from Nordija (Nordi’ya) is a widget based IPTV middleware and caters well to IPTV operators looking to customize and localize their services. A next generation Service Delivery Platform (SDP) or middleware for the delivery of converged TV and Over the Top IPTV content to viewers for smaller Operators. The software based system is rich with advanced features loaded on one server.
“We realized early enough that in order to make a profitable business case in IPTV an Operator has to be able to offer unique revenue generating services. That the Operator needed to control its own service creation platform and easily customize its own local services to stay ahead of its competition. Through thorough analysis we discovered that Nordija is set apart from all other middleware suppliers in that its middleware was developed as a widget based middleware from the beginning and years ago,” said Dean Kashlan, Managing Partner of AcumenLink. “By taking the hard work out of launching a new service, Nordija ensures that its customers can now provide an advanced IPTV service with a clear path to profitability in line with their time scales.”
Thomas Christensen, CEO of Nordija added: “AcumenLink has a deep understanding of all business issues that operators face in relations to providing IPTV services. AcumenLink will also enable Nordija to have instant access to IPTV providers in the Americas. The experience and contacts of those at AcumenLink made it the obvious choice for Nordija as it moves in to the US market.”