Amino, the global media and entertainment technology solutions provider, will showcase at this year’s The Independent Show, presented by NCTC (National Cable Television Cooperative) and ACA (American Cable Association) how it is helping cable operators transition to an all-IP future alongside its latest ‘operator ready’ Android TV solutions.
Visitors to Amino’s booth - #367 - will be able to see first-hand demonstrations of the company’s broad and distinctive solution portfolio, specifically designed to provide service providers with the capabilities they need to address consumer demands in today’s IP-driven, multiscreen 24/7 video and TV marketplace.
The Amino team will showcase its unique ‘Operator Ready’ Android TV offering and demonstrate how it is transforming operators’ ability to quickly deploy leading-edge features such as voice control, multiscreen delivery, federated search, digital video recording, personalized UX and deployment of the latest apps.
The cable trade show, which takes place July 29 – August 1 in Anaheim, CA hosts one of the leading industry exhibitions, attracting over 800 traditional cable, telco, broadband-only providers from across the United States, and a variety of conference sessions looking to explore the challenges facing the wider pay-TV ecosystem.
Donald McGarva, CEO of Amino, explains: “NCTC is a great opportunity for us to share both our existing expertise around deploying Android TV and our experience and capability in helping operators make the cable-IP transition. Our ‘operator ready’ Android TV offering is a key part of this story – allowing pay-TV providers to deliver new services but also delivering a real and tangible impact in stemming churn, attracting new subscribers and boosting revenues.”
Key demonstrations of the Amino portfolio visitors will be able to experience at the show include:
• ‘Operator Ready’ Android TV Solutions: how AminoOS enhances Android TV with essential pay-TV services through higher levels of integration. Demonstrations will highlight Amino’s unique flexibility to run Android TV or Linux and access to a variety of partner apps, all certified to meet the Operator Tier specifications and requirements alongside additional next-generation features within Amino’s Android offering, including closed-captioning, multicast and EAS (Emergency Alert System) capabilities
• Cable-IP Transition Capabilities: Illustrating how Amino helps operators migrate their services to IP-based service delivery with demonstrations showing its successful implementation as evidenced by Amino’s work with a number of US operators like Muscatine Power and Water
• AminoOS Service Assurance: Demonstrations will also feature live displays of Amino’s managed device solution with key partners. Amino’s service assurance management tools enable operators to efficiently and proactively support and improve quality of service across any network by solving configuration issues remotely, saving considerable OPEX and preventing technical dispatch.
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