IBC (11-16 September, Amsterdam RAI) will showcase the technological advances that are changing the consumer entertainment experience, in and out of the home. With more devices connected to multiscreen services and increased consumer demand for personalisation, payTV operators and OTT service providers face unprecedented technical challenges in the ever-expanding multiscreen world.
Following the deployment of the ACCESS Twine™ solution by a Tier 1 operator, ACCESS will show operators how standardised solutions can help them tackle the multi-rights and multi-device issues while ensuring that they can aggregate and analyse large data sets to better monetize content services. These include the type of content watched, consumer habits and devices used to access the platform including next-generation connected devices such as the connected car. It securely connects consumers with their personal multimedia content anywhere, and allows the operator to gain new insight into consumer habits to develop new services and upsell data packages and content services.
Additionally, visitors to our IBC stand #14.D14 will be able to see:
- ACCESS Twine™ extended with new applications and features for Android, iOS, Mac, Windows and Windows Phone, enabling operators to deliver high quality content over any network and to any connected device. The solution can stream content to multiscreen over 3G and 4G networks without additional development.
- Demos of the NetFront™ Browser family including support for Android tablet and smartphones, major silicon vendor reference platforms and HbbTV 2.0, Freeview Play and YouTube on TV.
- How our DLNA media sharing Technology Component™ NetFront™ Living Connect has been extended to support the DLNA VidiPath™ guidelines on HDMI dongles, allowing next-generation devices to support secure media sharing in the home.
- Project Uno, the shared source code base for hybrid TV platforms based on HbbTV developed by S&T, Pixsan and ACCESS for Freeview Play will be showcased on the S&T stand (#1.B22). Since its launch 13 years ago, Freeview has deployed 100 million Freeview compatible devices and is now enahancing its offering by launching the new multiscreen service, Freeview Play.
To request a meeting with ACCESS at IBC please use the following link: http://eu.access-company.com/access-ibc-2015-meeting-request.html