Accedo's video experience platform combined with Oregan’s middlewareThursday, April 11th, 2019
Accedo and Oregan partner to deliver the future Pay TV experience
- Strategic partnership to provide next generation Pay TV solutions to the video industry.
STOCKHOLM and LONDON — Accedo, the video experience pioneer and Oregan Networks, have announced a strategic partnership to provide next generation Pay TV solutions to the video industry.
“We’re seeing considerable shifts in the industry at the moment. Traditional ways of setting up and running a Pay TV service are changing. Accedo’s leading position as an OTT solution vendor coupled with Oregan’s expertise as one of the innovators for IP distributed Pay TV services make us ideal partners. We believe that our combined offering will be exactly what the market requires,” says Michael Lantz, CEO, Accedo.
The joint solution will combine elements from the Accedo One video experience platform with Oregan’s SparQ middleware for Android TV, offering operators faster delivery of a modern Pay TV experience. The scale of Accedo’s global services organization enables customers to benefit from the new partnership immediately.
“Oregan plus Accedo is a highly synergistic alliance covering the entire spectrum of Pay TV delivery workflows – from creative vision, integration with head-end, back-office and consumer hardware devices – to the complete Android TV Operator Tier product lifecycle management. Both companies have invested substantially into the best of breed components and product development practices in their respective fields of expertise,” commented Mark Perry, CEO, Oregan Networks.
Accedo and Oregan will present the new offering to selected customers in Q2 2019 with a full market launch at Broadcast Asia in June 2019.
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