Cincinnati Bell selects Minerva to power enhanced television servicesTuesday, October 13th, 2015
NEW ORLEANS, LA — SCTE Cable-Tec Expo — Minerva Networks, the leading provider of software solutions for the delivery of connected entertainment services, today announced that Cincinnati Bell Inc. has deployed Minerva’s platform to offer enhanced television services. Cincinnati Bell’s next-generation Fioptics TV service is now available to new subscribers in most areas, and will be made available in all remaining areas next year.
Partnering with Minerva, Cincinnati Bell is able to offer a full range of premium features including Whole Home DVR, Video on Demand, Pay-per-View, Catch-Up TV, Restart TV and a robust HD channel lineup.
“Working closely with Minerva and its eco-system partners, we intend to deliver an entertainment experience that will delight our customers,” said Mark Fahner, Vice President of Consumer Product Operations at Cincinnati Bell. “The Minerva platform provides us with the stability and flexibility we need to quickly introduce new services that will keep us ahead of the competition.”
“Cincinnati Bell came to us with very specific goals and milestones,” said Eric Freund, Vice President of Product Marketing at Minerva. “Collaborating closely with our partners, we were able to deliver a solution that we feel has met all of Cincinnati Bell’s short term goals while positioning the company for strong future growth through product innovations that will continue to enhance the entertainment experience.”
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