Alticast to showcase Multi-screen solutions at CommunicAsia 2016

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The company will be showcasing its multi-screen innovations at the upcoming exposition BroadcastAsia 2016

South Korea headquartered Alticast is all set to showcase its next generation ready multi-screen solutions at the upcoming CommunicAsia / BroadcastAsia 2016 happening in Singapore between 31st May and 3rd June, 2016.

Alticast develops multi-screen solutions that enable service providers to quickly and reliably deliver innovative TV experiences to every customer.

Alticast’s STB software, CAS/DRM, Smart UI/UX and Cloud Server solutions are based on non-proprietary software such as HTML5, RDK and GEM.

The most deployed digital television provider, Alticast securely brings compelling personalized and interactive content to more than 46 million devices via broadcast, broadband and mobile platforms.

Alticast will highlight how its AltiView, Android and next-generation products and solutions are revolutionizing customer experiences and creating value for service and content providers at its exhibit.

At Broadcast Asia, Alticast will show how:

  • The AltiView 3 user experience builds on the proven market success of the AltiView product family enabling elegant and sophisticated content discovery bringing a fresh approach to television engagement;
  • A full-integrated platform that includes network DVR, IP-to-tablet delivery and other services;
  • Korea’s KT Skylife to deploy the Alticast AltiView 2 solution allowing a broad extension of services including multi-Picture-in-Picture mosaic, a seamlessly integrated YouTube Leanback application, and a diverse set of DVR functionality.
  • Operators to deploy a diverse set of Android-based set-top box solutions that support migrations to IPTV platforms.

Alticast develops multi-screen solutions that enable service providers to quickly and reliably deliver innovative TV experiences to every customer.

The most deployed digital television provider, Alticast securely brings compelling personalized and interactive content to more than 46 million devices via broadcast, broadband and mobile platforms.

The publicly traded company is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea with major offices in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Broomfield, Colorado and Hanoi, Vietnam.