Amino at IBC 2016 - leading the way to the IP/Cloud future

(Cambridge, UK) Amino, leader in hybrid TV and cloud solutions, will showcase at IBC 2016 a new expanded set of offerings to enable telcos, network operators and broadcasters to transition to the IP/cloud-based future of TV.

Visitors to Amino’s stand - hall 14 K.20 - will see demonstrations of the company’s latest solutions - delivering a full range of TV and home monitoring experiences to multiple devices.

New products for the show include Amino’s new Android TV solution, the Kamai 6 enterprise device and the now commercially available Fusion Home monitor, a key element in Amino’s Fusion cloud-based “Internet of Things” home management solution. It will also be the first time at IBC for the recently launched Amino 6 series of 4K UHD devices.

The full line-up includes:

  • VIEW TV devices: from compact client devices to high-performance media servers, the VIEW range of hybrid TV devices enable operators to deliver any content, over any network to any screen inside the home. A full portfolio of 4K UHD products will be on show including the 6 series of devices which is making its IBC debut. Amino will also showcase it’s world first Android TV solution. Also on show will be the new Kamai 6 – a new device combining a built-for-purpose ruggedized external casing with the Power over Ethernet capability – ideal for enterprise deployments to deliver hospitality and digital signage

  • MOVE: Amino’s cloud TV - a complete end-to-end software platform enabling network operators, broadcasters and content owners to instantly expand market reach and access new revenues with a cloud-based IP and OTT multi-screen TV service to screens inside and outside the home

  • FUSION: Amino’s cloud-based home management solution, offering home monitoring, automation and management services that help operators to monetise the “Internet of Things” (IoT), drive premium broadband subscriptions and reduce churn

  • ENGAGE: Amino’s cloud-based service assurance: originally developed to manage TV devices but now with expanded capabilities to support residential gateways, media streamers, home monitoring cameras and sensors in the emerging the IoT market

Amino CEO Donald McGarva said: “This is the strongest offering we’ve ever brought to IBC and is closely aligned with the major industry shift towards IP/cloud-based delivery of entertainment and IoT. From our latest 4K UHD devices through our cloud-based TV and home management solution, we have a powerful portfolio that is closely aligned with current and future operator strategies.”.”

IBC 2016 runs from 9-13 September at the RAI, Amsterdam.