Amino's new Freedom Live media gateway makes European debut at IP&TV World Forum 2012
Amino Communications, leaders in IPTV/OTT solutions, will showcase its range of OTT–enhanced IPTV devices at CSTB 2012, the leading Russian digital entertainment technology show, in Moscow next week.
With partner Nord Telecom Group, Amino will demonstrate the ease with which operators can now deliver new layers of content from the open Internet to complement existing broadcast and on–demand content.
The company will also show how companies can maximise revenue opportunities through the addition of OTT content to traditional pay–TV services at booth #406 in Hall 3.
Visitors to the Amino/Nord booth – #406 in Hall 3 – will see demonstrations of Amino's products running on a range of middleware that can be deployed quickly and easily in the Eastern European and Russian markets.
Amino's CEO Donald McGarva said: "We have a great deal of experience working in the Russian market and CSTB is the ideal platform for us to demonstrate with our partners Nord our award–winning solutions. Our customers are very interested in the new opportunities that OTT content delivery can bring in terms of additional revenues and service differentiation and we look forward to demonstrating our exciting capabilities."
Nord's CEO Alexey Zagrebev said: "OTT is one of the key themes of CSTB this year which underlines the strong interest in the regional IPTV market in enhancing current service offerings. We look forward to discussing with customers and visitors the opportunities this exciting new market development offers and the solutions we can deliver to make it happen."
Amino will also present at the event with Amino regional sales manager Serge Vaguine joining Nord's Igor Gusev, Business Development Director, to discuss "Maximising OTT in the IPTV market: the challenges and the opportunity" in hall 3 at 4.40pm on 9th February.
CSTB runs from 7–9 February at the Crocus Exhibition Center Pavillion 2/Halls 6/7 in Moscow.