Belgian cable operator Voo is using Nagras MediaL

first_imgBelgian cable operator Voo is using Nagra’s MediaLive multiscreen TV platform to deliver its cloud-based multiscreen offering, Be TV Go.Voo customers can sign up online to access the Be TV Go OTT service throughout Belgium, and the service is open to non-cable customers. Be TV Go streams live and on-demand content including exclusive US and European series and movies, over the internet to a variety of devices including PCs, iOS and Android tablets and the Microsoft Xbox One game console.Content is secured through the use of Nagra anyCAST PRM, Nagra’s DRM solutions, pre-integrated into the Nagra MediaLive multiscreen solution, according to Nagra.“This new multiscreen TV offering supports our goal and vision of delivering an exclusive pay TV streaming service to the entire Belgian market,” said Christian Loiseau, deputy general manager of Be TV.“Nagra has proven expertise in the multiscreen pay-TV space via its MediaLive solution deployed as a cloud managed service, and their teams have provided us with great support in defining, scoping and executing the service launch.”last_img read more

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Altice Portugal CEO Cláudia Goya presents the pass

first_imgAltice Portugal CEO Cláudia Goya presents the passing of the 4m milestoneAltice-owned Portugal Telecom’s (PT) Meo-branded offering has now passed four million homes and businesses with fibre and has launched a series of new multiplay packages with Gigabit speed internet.PT has set the objective of passing 5.3 million premises by 2020, making fibre close to a universal technology.The company has launched a Portuguese-designed fibre gateway from Altice Labs which it says offers superior WiFi coverage and speed.The company has launched four new packages offering double-, triple-, quad- and quintuple-play services with 1Gbps downstream and 200Mbps upstream, starting from €44.99.The company has launched a new marketing campaign based on the tagline “O Universo é a sua casa”, highlighting Meo’s ability to bring to world to consumers’ homes with fibre. The campaign will encompass TV, radio, social network, point-of-sale and billboard advertising.Figures released by regulator ANACOM in June showed that fibre had surpassed cable as the leading access technology in Portugal, accounting for 34% of access lines against 33.2% for cable.last_img read more

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