Corpus Media Labs Bets on TV VAS at Convergence India 2015


Putting a big emphasis on TV VAS and make digitization more profitable for Indian cable MSOs, Corpus Media Labs, a digital TV middleware and VAS platform company, is set to exhibit its solutions on Stand C-17 at Convergence India 2015, 21-23 Jan at the Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.

Sachin Tummala, CEO of Corpus Media Labs, will participate in “TV VAS- Drive for growth of Digital TV – India to experience a quality Television viewing” scheduled on 22nd January from 14:30 – 16:00 hrs in the Ganga Conference Hall 12. During the session, Sachin will discuss how value added services can fuel revenue growth for Cable MSOs.

Several Indian Cable MSOs such as Manthan Broadband, JPR Cable, ABS Group and MIRAI Communications have already chosen its TV middleware solutions including SD, HD and Hybrid variants to take advantage of its revenue generation capabilities. iPlatform, Corpus’s Interactive TV Middleware, enhances customer experience while considerably reduce time-to-market for delivering new value added services.

New form STB Advertisement, Interactive content, TV Shopping, Video on Demand, Catch up TV, and Multi-screen OTT are some of the VAS possible with less memory footprint for Hybrid, HD and SD set-top-boxes.

“Indian digital TV operators are looking to differentiate, provide high quality customer experience and increase the revenue per subscriber and this exactly what we intend to achieve with the our Interactive TV Middleware solutions. Also we would like to take this opportunity to invite Cable MSOs to take advantage of the TV VAS Session and visit our Stand at upcoming Convergence to witness our solutions, explore revenue possibilities and partner with us to go beyond digitization, adds Sachin.

Corpus will also showcase its Hybrid and Multi-screen solutions which allow Cable MSOs to provide consistent television experience to subscribers across multiple devices including Android STB, Phone Tablet, IOS and Windows devices. The Multi-screen solution is built to leverage adaptive streaming protocols such as MPEG-DASH, Microsoft Smooth Streaming, and HLS live streaming to deliver the optimal video quality to subscribers while taking into account varying network conditions and device types.

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