Amino is a trusted partner and global provider of innovative, scalable media and entertainment technology solutions. As an IPTV pioneer, working with over 250 operator customers in 100-plus countries, Amino continuously innovates to help customers deliver modern video experiences. Drawing on more than 20 years’ experience delivering IP/cloud innovation, Amino enables customers to fulfill consumer demand for broadcast content and online video via IP/cloud platforms. We understand the issues facing our operator customers as their subscribers demand convenient access to linear and streaming content. With insight gained from having deployed over 10 million customer premise devices, we continue to deliver intrinsic value through software enabling aggregated content services, simplified device deployment and ongoing management. We ‘upcycle’ platform devices to support the most advanced services and we integrate seamlessly with evolving technologies. The result is fresh consumer offerings building brand reputation, stemming churn, growing subscribers and increasing average revenue per user.
PlayBox Technology UK Ltd is an international communication and information technology company serving the broadcast and corporate sectors. PlayBox Technology UK Ltd is dedicated to the development and provision of the best products, systems, multi media streaming software, TV broadcast automation software and equipment and services. Users include national and international broadcasters, start-up TV channels, webcasters/OTT channels, DVB/ATSC channels, interactive TV and music channels, film channels, remote TV channels, and disaster recovery channels.
Edgeware helps broadcasters, content owners, telcos and cable operators deliver modern TV services that are beyond broadcast. Offering IP-based TV delivery systems to some of the world’s most advanced operators and content providers, Edgeware facilitates the new way of consuming TV to any screen, any device and at any time. Its solutions help customers capitalize their content, give their viewers an amazing viewing experience, and scale with flexibility due to multiple deployment options. Through its unique technology, Edgeware provides content processing systems to package content for OTT delivery; monitoring and delivery control tools for multi-CDN environments; and OTT and IPTV CDN infrastructure and subtitling systems. Edgeware has more than 200 customers and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, with staff across Europe, Asia and the Americas.
Skyline Communications is the global leading supplier of end-to-end multi-vendor NMS, OSS and orchestration software solutions for the broadband and media industry. Its flagship DataMiner network management platform enables end-to-end integration of the most complex technical ecosystems and has been deployed by leading operators around the world. The platform heralds a new generation of sophisticated artificial-intelligence-powered solutions and comprises highly innovative features, such as the brand-new DataMiner Augmented Operation concept. The company has offices in Belgium, Portugal, Singapore and the US, a permanent presence in Brazil, Colombia, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Russia, and the UK, and a vast network of local partners around the world. Founded in 1985, Skyline has decades of industry-specific NMS and OSS expertise. The company remains a 100% independent NMS/OSS software publisher even today, with over 300 employees and over 6000 systems deployed in more than 125 countries. Not only Skyline's DataMiner platform has received various prestigious awards, but the company itself has also been awarded multiple times for innovation, growth and excellence.
NRWision, a community TV station serving the state of Nordrhein-Westfalen, used a filebased system for the first nine years of operations, to upload non-live content created in the studio over an internet connection to a playout server in Unitymedia's network operation center (NOC). While NRWision had been part of Unitymedia's channel line-up for quite some time, it was not able to broadcast live over the internet.
This may sound strange given the fact that NRWision has 1 Gb/s connections to the desktop and - as a university - has a high-speed direct access connection to the Internet backbone. However, NRWision realized that high-speed internet connection is not enough to ensure successful live broadcast.