T-2 selects Amino for 4K UHD rollout in SloveniaTuesday, May 15th, 2018
T-2 selects Amino for pioneering 4K UHD service rollout in Slovenia
Amino, the IP/Cloud video software and device specialist, is to support T-2, one of Slovenia’s largest multi-service telecoms operators, in its launch of the country’s first 4K UHD TV services.
Working closely with T-2, Amino is deploying technology that will underpin a major service upgrade, which will expand T-2’s service to include 4K UHD content and value-added Video on Demand and Subscription VOD services.
Amino’s award-winning ENABLE software will power ultra-high definition content delivery and support a range of new features, including ‘timeshift’ and advanced search for both in-home and mobile TV services. New content categories are also being rolled out to further improve the consumer experience.
Amino’s leading-edge technology enables operators to provide next generation 4K UHD TV services while driving cost efficiencies through reduced bandwidth requirements, energy efficiency and customer self-install to reduce expensive truck rolls.
T-2 CSO Gregor Štampohar said: “We want to provide our customers with the very latest entertainment experiences and Amino’s solutions have been a key factor in the successful launch of our new service offering. At the same time, we are also seeing the value of customer self-install of devices with considerable cost savings in terms of reduced engineering visits. It is our goal to offer our customers the best user experience.”
Amino CEO Donald McGarva added: “Operators are now balancing the delivery of the latest high- quality consumer experiences around the home with a cost-effective drive to reduce installation and customer running costs. Our solutions are designed to meet these key objectives – and we’re delighted to be working closely with T-2 on their exciting rollout.”
Headquartered in Ljubljana, T-2 is Slovenia’s second largest operator by IPTV share and delivers a range of broadband, entertainment and voice over IP services across its own fibre-optic network, alongside mobile voice and broadband.