Amino, the global media and entertainment technology solutions provider, today announced that the company will be returning to leading European trade show ANGA COM 2018 to showcase solutions that empower operators to adapt to the dynamic and changing demands in their marketplaces.
At the show – from June 12-14 in Cologne - visitors to Amino’s booth (7 A-51) will be able to see first-hand demonstrations of the company’s solutions portfolio, specifically designed to provide service providers with the capabilities they need to address consumer demands in today’s IP-driven, multiscreen24/7 video and TV marketplace. The Amino team will showcase its unique 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.
Donald McGarva, Amino’s Chief Executive Officer, explains: “When it comes to the evolution of television and video, we can all see how it’s going to end: steadily the industry is shifting towards a world in which all applications and services will be delivered via IP from the cloud to any device, anywhere, anytime. And as the industry is moving at an accelerating pace towards this state of play, operators need to adapt – and do so quickly.
“We’ll be showing how our software capabilities can help operators meet these new challenges via our AminoTV end-to-end video platform and also drive down deployment costs through our market leading self-install managed devices.”
• ‘Operator Ready’ Android TV Solutions: how Amino’s implementation of Android TV has been enhanced for pay-TV services with higher levels of customisation. Demonstrations will highlight Amino’s unique dual-mode flexibility to run Android TV or Linux without changing hardware and access to a variety of partner apps, all certified to meet the Operator Tier specifications and requirements.
• ‘Operation Upcycle’: highlighting how Amino is supporting operators to deploy a common platform that upgrades existing legacy hardware, saving operators the expense of a costly swap-out, and delivers the essential components required for a successful TV transformation, including a fresh and intuitive TV UX, growth in subscriber base, reduced CAPEX and quicker time to market.
• Cable-IP Transition Capabilities: illustrating how Amino helps operators migrate their services to IP-based service delivery via its ENABLE software and AminoTV platform with demonstrations showing its successful implementations with as evidenced by Amino’s work with a number of German operators
• Service Assurance: Amino’s AminoOS suite of 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.
McGarva notes: “At ANGA COM this year, we’re looking forward to sharing solutions from across our technology portfolio, which demonstrates that Amino has the tools and expertise to support the operator transition to IP-connected world. From our operator-ready Android solutions, to the tools needed to help telcos make that vital jump from cable to IP, we’re looking forward to working with our customers and partners to drive this next stage of innovation.”
Alongside demonstrations of Amino’s next-generation set of solutions, Mark Evensen, Amino CTO, will share his thoughts on the future of multiscreen in a panel entitled “Next Generation Multiscreen Platforms” which takes place 13th June 2018, from 1.30-2.30 p.m. CET.