Russian language OTT platform Kartina has placed a $1.2 million order for new set-top boxes from Peer TV.

It’s the first order for a new High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) product demonstrated at IBC last week.

PeerTV CEO Avi Vermus said in a statement, “We are delighted by this vote of confidence in our latest quad-core H265 set-top box. We will now begin developing and testing this to meet Kartina’s individual requirements. This additional order marks an important step in the development of our OTT TV business and our ability to deliver solutions to Telcos and TV companies wishing to enter the OTT space.”

Founded in 2007, Peer TV is based in Israel and is a subsidiary of UK AIM–quoted Peer TV plc. It was one of the first companies in the market to launch an Android-based set-top box

Kartina has previously supplied boxes from Comigo.