Telekom Slovenije launching wholesale OTT solution based on TViN platform

24 Feb 2014

Slovenian incumbent telco Telekom Slovenije is launching an ‘all-in-one’ over-the-top (OTT) solution for other operators and media companies based on its TViN platform, enabling service providers to ‘seamlessly’ expand their OTT TV services to multiple devices, reports Broadband TV News. TViN provides multi-screen support for live TV, catch-up TV, remote PVR and EPG functionalities, video-on-demand (VoD) and cloud-based storage with media transcoding capabilities, with solutions and apps available for all common platforms. Telekom Slovenije’s marketing director Simon Furlan stated: ‘The evolution of TViN from a simple web-TV application to a comprehensive web and mobile OTT platform is the logical next step, following the successful integration of the solution into the ecosystems of several regional operators [including Telekom’s subsidiaries IPKO in Kosovo and Blicnet in Bosnia & Herzegovina]. TViN enables operators and media companies without an OTT platform to quickly upgrade their existing services with a state-of-the-art solution, encompassing all media delivery needs as well as a cloud storage option with media transcoding, integrated into the OTT customer experience.’

Slovenia, Telekom Slovenije (incl. Mobitel), IPKO, Aneks (inc. BlicNet),

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