Pascale Paoli-Lebailly | 13-09-2013
Netgem is introducing DuoTV and TotalTV at IBC, two product lines which offer telecoms and multi-service operators new opportunities to expand their customer base with television services.
DuoTV enables operators to deliver aggressively priced OTT TV services for their customers, offering them a very fluid dual screen (TV and tablet) user experience, with rich on-demand premium content.
The product is targeted at consumers currently using free TV or those who don't want to continue paying high monthly fees for "hundreds of channels they never watch".
DuoTV is provided in an end-to-end "TV as a service" business model to multi-service operators, who can then resell or bundle their localised version of DuoTV with no technology Capex. Content can be sourced from Netgem and/or directly by the operator.
TotalTV is pushing forward the limits of premium multiscreen video solutions for the connected home, Netgem says, enabling operators to deliver a next generation "fibre grade" TV experience.
The 8Series Media Server delivers up to 4 HD live video streams to any screen in the home, with start-over, catch-up and a record-breaking 150ms channel change time, and has a new redesigned user interface.
Operators can enrich the TotalTV experience with the newly announced Moonstone Video Tablet.
Combining an "off-the-shelf" Android tablet and Netgem's middleware, Moonstone is the first customisable and manageable video tablet on the market.