Dreampark Chosen for First African DeploymentWednesday, March 16th, 2011
Company’s Middleware Solution Will Power IPTV Services From Egyptian Advanced Multimedia Systems
NORRKOPING, Sweden — Dreampark, one of the leading IPTV middleware providers on the European market, today announced that Egyptian Advanced Multimedia Systems (EAMS), an Egyptian provider of IPTV services, have chosen the Dreampark Dreamgallery™ middleware. This contract further showcases Dreampark’s position as the leading IPTV middleware provider in Europe while strengthening the growth of the company in emerging markets.
Based on the potential coverage area of Nilesat Satellite, which will be used to transmit the multicast streams and VOD content to Regional Headends in the Middle East, North Africa and the Gulf area. EAMS project is expected to implement an average of 50 regional head ends every year for the first five years of operation. Dreamgallery™ maximizes flexibility for regionalized administration and customization for this type of operator. Along with uncompromised speed and performance, by taking advantages of the powers of open standards, such as HTML and SVG, it means that EAMS can provide new features to their customer base while pushing revenue-generating opportunities.
“We are making a huge investment in IPTV and our choice of middleware provider is a vital part of making this project a success. Dreampark has a flexible enough solution to offer us exactly the right elements for our IPTV system” says Tarek Malash, CEO of EAMS. “The expertise they have gained through deployments all over Europe, has led us to choosing Dreampark as our IPTV middleware platform provider, giving us confidence that they can exceed our expectations,” says Mohamed Swidan, CTO of EAMS
“We are privileged that EAMS has chosen Dreampark and we are confident this partnership will successfully achieve EAMS goal in delivering a real user experience with our dynamic solution,” says Per Skyttvall, CEO at Dreampark.
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