Amino, leaders in hybrid TV and cloud solutions, will showcase at Mobile World Congress 2017 a new expanded set of offerings to enable network operators to transition to the IP/cloud-based future of TV service delivery.
Visitors to Amino’s stand - hall 5 D80 - will see demonstrations of the company’s latest solutions – including its end-to-end cloud-based TV service delivery platform, innovative “Internet of Things” home monitoring capability and new Android TV capabilities.
The full line-up includes:
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
- VIEW: Amino offers a wide range of hybrid TV devices with the focus at Mobile World Congress on its Android TV range, including its “world first” dual mode device, and previews of new innovations to be launched later in the year
Amino CEO Donald McGarva said: “We have extensive experience of working with mobile operators in deploying multiscreen TV services – and new valued added IoT home monitoring capabilities – and look forward to showcasing our wide range of capabilities.
“We’re also highlighting our Android TV capabilities - providing a platform for operators that seamlessly supports traditional TV, multiple cloud video services and a rich application framework that leverages the massive global Android development community.”