New PVR features for Cablecom Mexico

Monday, March 11th, 2013
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New PVR Features for Cablecom’s Digital 3.0

Cablecom Mexico continues to expand its digital TV service with the launch of new features on its Digital 3.0 platform, built on mirada’s Iris product, and integrated with Coship set-top-boxes and Irdeto conditional access. The new and easy-to-use PVR features include one-click recording, advanced conflict management, timeshift functionality, dual recording, ability to record series with a simple click, and general recording management. Digital 3.0 offers Cablecom clients dozens of full HD TV channels with incredible resolution and colours, in addition to 200+ audio and video channels, as well as pay-per-view content and premium packages presented on a cutting-edge interactive customisable EPG developed especially for Cablecom. The new PVR features added to the platform give subscribers the ability to manage and plan the content they watch, so that they never miss their favourite programs again.

Iris is mirada’s novel end-to-end multi-screen solution, which merges the best of traditional broadcast services and OTT services in one; presents an intuitive, efficient and unified user experience across multiple devices: STB, PC, mobiles and tablets.

Marcelo Saccaggio, COO Cablecom Mexico: “In Cablecom, we are committed to deploying services with cutting edge technology, and this has always been of the utmost importance to us. We are continuously upgrading our equipment, networks and technology. With our new world-class PVR features, our clients can now access their favourite programs whenever they want with an easy-to-use and intuitive UI.”

José Luis Vázquez, CEO mirada PLC: “We are delighted to have participated in this innovative project that has already set a new standard for the Mexican digital television market. It is an excellent showcase of our investment in the LatAm region, and the deployment of these new PVR features demonstrates how beneficial our partnership with Cablecom has been for both parties”.