ABOX42, a provider of next-generation IPTV, over-the-top (OTT) (cloud TV) and hybrid-DVB smart set-top boxes (STBs) and Operator Smart Home solutions, will demonstrate the latest innovations for operators at IBC2017.
According to the company, operators can differentiate themselves from the competition and increase revenue streams with ABOX42’s solutions.
The company’s customised STB solutions have been deployed for more than 120 different TV applications and OTT services worldwide.
At booth 14.C17, ABOX42 will offer its M35 Series high-end, smart STBs for the global operator market. Offering a seamless upgrade path to 4K and UHD TV, the M35 STB is ideal for operators wanting to support an HD and UHD platform, side-by-side, in a user deployment without requiring any changes to the software or service. The M35 Series offers premium content security, allowing operators to meet the stringent requirements of 4K and UHD Hollywood content.
ABOX42 will also demonstrate advanced MPEG-DASH playout at IBC2017, with support for live TV, local recording, restart TV, cloud recording and time-shift TV.
Through MPEG-DASH and the adaptive streaming standard, operators can provide a complete television experience delivered over OTT and managed IP networks. ABOX42’s MPEG-DASH-based TV solution includes multi-audio, teletext, subtitle and HbbTV support to ensure a superior viewing and listening experience for end-customers.
Also lined up is ABOX42’s dotIO end-to-end operator smart home solution which provides operators with all of the essential hardware, cloud and mobile components they need to offer compelling services to end-users. With dotIO, operators can quickly roll out innovative smart home services as an extension of their existing service offerings and multi-service bundles to generate additional revenue streams within the customer base, acquire new subscribers and reduce churn.
In addition, ABOX42 will showcase the latest version of its smart home and smart living solution, which promises maximum security and robustness, a long lifecycle, and a managed roadmap of sensors and use cases driven by the company. During the show, attendees will get to see real-world use cases and a sneak preview of new sensors. Prepared starter-kits and low-cost sensors will also be on display.