Cloud TV


TV as an App – With Cloud Support

by Bob Raikes

Back at CES in 2010, I met in a hotel suite with a firm that had a new approach to TV that struck me as significant, useful and important. A friend had gone to …

Tags:AVOD| Cloud TV| Pay TV| STBs| Streaming Video| SVOD

Vewd Introduces World’s First SaaS-based Operator TV with Vestel

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Vewd and Vestel announced a deal to develop an SaaS-based TV for operators. Vewd’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model is intended to align Operator TV with Pay TV subscription models and revenue, …

Tags:Cloud TV| Pay TV| Streaming Video| Vestel

Apple TV Gets Plex DVR, iTunes Store Phased Out on 1st-Gen Box

by Andrew Fenn

Plex has added DVR support to its Apple TV app. The new feature allows users to record live TV, schedule recordings and play them back, all via the Apple TV. Plex version 1.24 for …

Tags:Apple| Cloud TV| Large Display Monitor| OTT Video| Vol 25 - Issue 08

Minerva Unveils New Cloud Television Service

by Andrew Fenn

Minerva Networks has announced a cloud television service that enables operators to transition from their legacy set-top box-centric offerings, delivering a personalised user experience across both managed and unmanaged devices. The new service is …

Tags:Cloud TV| Large Display Monitor| STBs| Vol 25 - Issue 06

MX1 Provides Content Aggregation for 1&1 TV Offerings

by Andrew Fenn

MX1, a global solution provider of media services, announced today that it is providing content aggregation for a number of channels from 1&1’s newest TV offerings. Claimed to be Germany’s first fully cloud-based TV …

Tags:broadband| Cloud TV| Germany| Large Display Monitor| OTT Video| Vol 25 - Issue 06

Evolution Digital Rolls Out Upgraded eVue-TV Experience

by Andrew Fenn

Evolution Digital announces the deployment of software upgrades for its eVue-TV IP video service experience, with upgraded features and functionalities for both operators and their customers across the US. eVue-TV, now deployed by operators …

Tags:Cloud TV| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| STBs| Vol 25 - Issue 03

Verimatrix Integrates OTT Multi-DRM with Amazon Web Services

by Andrew Fenn

Verimatrix has announced the API integration between its MultiRights OTT multi-DRM security solution and Amazon Web Services (AWS) Media Services through AWS Elemental MediaConvert and MediaPackage. AWS Media Services are cloud-based services with pay-as-you-go …

Tags:Cloud TV| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Security| Vol 25 - Issue 03

Metrological and ActiveVideo Team Up on Cloud-Based OTT Solution

by Andrew Fenn

App development platform provider Metrological and the creator of CloudTV, ActiveVideo, are teaming up to provide an innovative OTT solution for Pay TV providers around the world. The new solution will allow providers to …

Tags:Cable| Cloud TV| Large Display Monitor| STBs| Vol 24 - Issue 39

Zodiac and ActiveVideo to Provide Joint STB Solution for Cable Bahamas

by Alan Spencer

Zodiac Interactive and ActiveVideo have partnered on a joint solution that they claim will enable pay-TV operators of all sizes to provide next-generation user experiences and new premium services on any installed STB. The …

Tags:Cloud TV| Large Display Monitor| STBs| Vol 24 - Issue 37

Amino Allows STB Owners to Move to Cloud

by Bob Raikes

Amino, the UK-based IP/Cloud video software and device specialist, said that its new Amino Enable virtual set-top box software is able to let TV operators migrate to an all IP/Cloud future. By upcycling existing …

Tags:Cloud TV| Large Display Monitor| STBs| UK (United Kingdom)| Vol 24 - Issue 19

Orange to Virtualise its STB

by Alan Spencer

Stéphane Richard, CEO of Orange has said that within the next five years, Orange is going to virtualise its set-top box, removing the TV decoder from its dual-box Livebox device completely. Richard, who was …

Tags:Cloud TV| France| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 16

TVaaS Market to Grow to $1.5 Billion by 2021

by Alan Spencer

ABI Research has evaluated the “TV as a Service” (TVaaS) business model and finds that revenues for video software will grow from 2016’s 10%, to 35% in 2021 with revenues of $1.5 billion. The …

Tags:Cloud TV| Large Display Monitor| Market Data| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 15