August 21, 2013 09.58 Europe/London By Julian Clover
IBC 2013. Hall 5, Stand B48. ADB is to unveil a series of new products for use within the multiscreen environment. The Geneva-based company says the new hardware and software solutions will enable both pay-TV operators and broadband providers to connect subscribers with content and services by creating a personalised and unified experience across all devices.
“At IBC 2013, we will show how ADB’s end-to-end solutions make it easy for pay-TV and broadband operators to launch new services. We will demonstrate the value of a full-service pay-TV platform based on our pioneering technology, cost-effective solutions and systems integration expertise. We enable operators to manage the chaotic world of convergence by offering a simple, convenient and personalised service to their subscribers,” said Peter Balchin, recently appointed CEO at ADB.
The demonstrations will include ADB’s Epicentro software platform, which gives operators the ability to broaden their portfolio of services for the connected home.
With Epicentro, operators can activate services such as energy management, home security and remote healthcare.
ADB will also demonstrate version 2 of its Commercial Video Solution (CVS), launched in June 2013. Now available as a cloud-based service, CVS is used by cable operators to deliver a cost-effective, easy-to-use, HD TV and broadband experience for hotels.