Minerva and Pontis Technologies unveil white-label Cloud TV offering

Friday, May 8th, 2020
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Pontis Technologies Deploys White Label Cloud Based Television Service Powered by Minerva

  • Service Offers Attractive OPEX Business Model and Content Transport Rights Within South America

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Pontis Technologies, a leading OTT video technology provider based in Argentina, has unveiled a white label cloud-based television service for Latin American operators. Built on the Minerva 10 service management platform, the service offers a full range of television functionalities including catch-up, restart and personal video recording, along with a rich on-demand content library featuring personalized recommendations and binge watching.

“In today’s hypercompetitive entertainment market, operators are looking for a solution they can quickly deploy and easily manage to deliver a superior television experience to their subscribers,” says Leonardo Gioino, President and CEO of Pontis Technologies. “By combining the leading Minerva 10 platform with our comprehensive range of products and services, Pontis was able to deliver a turnkey cloud TV offering that can serve multiple countries.”

“Minerva is proud to be working with Pontis to bring today’s most advanced television services to Latin America,” says Randy Osborne, Senior VP of Sales at Minerva. “Our multi-tenant service management solution is well suited for the demands of a large international market with unique regional pricing, content rights and network capabilities. Pontis is able to deliver a compelling subscriber experience with highly differentiated features like social viewing and personalized sports highlights, while also giving operators flexible pricing options along with content rights and bandwidth management tools using Minerva’s exclusive Policy Resource Manager.”

The new service is enjoying strong market traction and Pontis is in advanced discussions with several operators in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, and Peru. The first end user deployments will be unveiled shortly.