Netgem, the acclaimed end-to-end video entertainment provider and telco-grade TV solutions enabler, will demonstrate at Mobile World Congress 2016 a comprehensive set of offerings that enable fixed and mobile operators around the world to offer differentiating TV services and take advantage of a powerful multiscreen TV experience.
Highlighting recent first-to-market deployments, Netgem will be demonstrating the multiscreen TV experience it provides to one of the largest mobile operators in Europe, where viewers can take live and recorded programming from their TV and watch them on mobile and tablet devices simultaneously around the home. This incorporates personalisation and sharing capabilities, enabling a full household solution, unleashing the “Quad Play” bundle sale.
Netgem will also be demonstrating its cloud-based TV platform developed for operators, including the Market leader Post Luxembourg, which delivers an end-to-end multiscreen TV experience for subscribers while leveraging the large investments made in high-speed fibre networks to offer an innovative service to customers. The solution incorporates services that deliver a wide range of video content through partnerships secured by Netgem to allow access to live and on demand services across multiple devices.
Commenting on Netgem’s presence at MWC 2016 Sylvain Thevenot, Managing Director of Netgem Europe, said: “Telcos are increasingly looking for ways to differentiate their TV services while offering customers good value at a time when audiences, children and young adults in particular, are migrating away from the TV screen to watch content on mobile devices where and when they want. Our presence at MWC 2016 provides a platform to demonstrate how our telco-grade mobile TV solution addresses these challenges and delivers more than just a mobile TV offering, it can help operators serve compelling next generation user experiences that address these changing viewing habits in a cost-effective way, allowing them to focus on acquisition, loyalty and customers service – with a robust Telco-grade service built on 20 years of working with Telecom operators around the world.”