Netgem, a provider of #TelcoTV will be demonstrating how its platform and latest innovations can satisfy end-user needs while shortening time-to-market, adding new revenue streams and reducing overall operational costs.
In July, Netgem announced the addition of Netflix to their list of services on the Netgem platform. At IBC in September, Netgem will demonstrate an advanced set of personalized and enhanced multi-screen features that was successfully launched by one of Netgem’s major customers in the United Kingdom.
“Our #TelcoTV strategy relies on three essentials: fantastic range of content, best multi-screen experience and operational excellence, ” says Joseph Haddad, CEO of Netgem. “[We give] access to the best premium, time-shifted, linear VoD and OTT content… this content must be accessible from any screen, mobile companion, TV tablet, [or] smartphone, [and] the experience must always be beautiful and personal.”
The demonstrations at Netgem’s IBC booth will showcase social TV features within Netgem’s 4K-optimized UI, and include features like content “flick” and “follow-me” from one screen to another.
Netgem invites all Telcos to view customer successes that focus on multi-screen solutions, achieving shorter time-to-market, Cloud TV features like nPVR, reducing total cost of ownership and honing an open ecosystem.
See Netgem at stand 5B44 at IBC Amsterdam.
About Netgem: Created in 1996 by Joseph Haddad, Netgem Group is a provider of solutions and services for the next generation video entertainment market. Based upon Netgem’s hardware (NetBox) and software technologies (Netgem TV), Netgem helps operators strengthen their end-customer relationship and drive revenue growth.
Netgem is present in Europe, Asia and South America with over 4 million active households worldwide. @netgem