Mirada and Anevia partner to support the transition to OTT TVFriday, September 15th, 2017
Anevia and Mirada announce their new partnership to better address Operators and Broadcasters in the OTT transition
MADRID, GENTILLY — Mirada, a leading provider of cutting-edge products and services for Digital TV Operators and Broadcasters and Anevia, a leading OTT and IPTV software vendor providing innovative multiscreen solutions for TV and Video delivery including live, near live and on demand, are delighted to announce their partnership to better address operators and broadcasters in the OTT transition.
The new offering features Mirada’s Iris multiscreen platform integrated with Anevia’s NEA- DVR and NEA-CDN solution to deliver best in class OTT service. While targeting both main screen (TV) and companion devices (mobile, tablet and PC), Mirada’s Iris multiscreen platform has been fully integrated with Anevia’s Infinite and EDS technologies in order to offer a wide range of services: not only live, start-over, pause live tv but also Catch-up TV and VOD as well as a full featured Cloud DVR service. Moreover, the integration has been designed for geographically distributed architectures in order to match all operators’ network topologies.
Thanks to Anevia’s unique expertise in packaging, the solution relies on native players and native DRMs, which allows to target a wide range of different screens and drastically reduces costs and complexity for support of extra devices. In order to deliver the best user experience, the system fully supports up to 4K quality for main screen, and thus relies on the latest additions to the mpeg-DASH standard, including thumbnail scrubbing and trick modes.
Mirada’s Iris is an end-to-end TV Everywhere product which enables TV Operators to publish and promote their content across any network: DVB, DTH, IPTV and OTT. Fast and powerful thanks to the synergy between front-end and back-end integration, it comes with its acclaimed Inspire UI, and unparalleled viewing experience specifically designed to boost engagement. Mirada’s product allows end users to access content from their favourite device: STB, smartphone, tablet or laptop, including access to all premium services such as Video-on-Demand, Catch up TV, Virtual Channels, Start-over, Timeshift, Download & Play and many more.
“We are pleased to announce this partnership, which will open multiple opportunities for the future. Anevia’s solution is a great match for Mirada’s Iris platform, empowering the end-to- end experience. We are certain that together we will be able to serve even the most demanding clients around the world”, said Antonio Rodríguez, VP Business Development of Mirada.
“We are very happy to start working with Mirada,” says Damien Lucas, CTO & Co-founder of Anevia. “Thanks to their UX and backend expertise combined with our video delivery and video storage unique knowledge, we have come up with a cost effective, flexible and universal architecture natively supporting a wide range of screens and services. NEA-CDN and NEA-DVR unique technologies such as Infinite and EDS highly contributed to this success. This new offer with enable us to further extend our ecosystem to propose cable operators and Pay TV broadcaster a large choice in their selection among best-in-class integrated solutions to support their development through innovative service”.
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