It is that time of year again, the IP&TV World Forum is now just three weeks away and all our teams are busy working to get clients schedules booked up. This year we have eight clients attending the show joining fellow industry players to network and discuss the growing issues of multiscreen entertainment, user experiences, content business IP opportunities and the rise of VOD and Connected TV.
All of our clients will be available throughout the show, so please get in touch here if you would like to arrange a meeting and see their exciting technologies in action.
(Stand: 127) ACCESS will be demonstrating market-leading solutions for multi-screen media access in DLNA, HbbTV and OTT. Visitors to the stand will be able to see advanced new functionality in ACCESS’ DLNA solution, NetFront Living Connect. ACCESS will also exhibit its new webkit-based NetFront Browser NX, a fully-fledged HTML5 browser and ACCESSMyTV, an OTT multi-screen video platform which allows consumers to create, watch and share personal video channels. ACCESS NetFront products have now shipped in over one billion products worldwide.
(Stand: 123) Appear TV, the provider of next-generation head-end solutions for broadcast and IP network video delivery, will be showing its broadcast quality, high channel density multi-format transcoding & encoding solutions and high density decoding & descrambling solutions which are ideal for re-distribution and service grooming. All Appear TV solutions produce class-leading power and functionality through a highly modular integrated architecture offering design flexibility combined with industry leading density.
(Stand: 297) Capablue, the specialist in the integration of content and commerce across multiple devices, will be launching its suite of Connected products. Connected is a unique cloud-based delivery platform that harnesses the combined power of the web and TV by integrating content, social media and commerce to develop new revenue opportunities for broadcasters and brands.
(Stand: 117) Ericsson will demonstrate how it is powering the evolution of IPTV into true multi-screen consumer experiences. On-stand demonstrations will show the industry’s most complete portfolio of open, flexible, pre-integrated and convergent solutions. Visitors to Ericsson’s stand will learn how the company is enabling operators, broadcasters and content owners to harness greater efficiencies, launch new differentiating services and grow revenues to provide the next-generation, personalized and interactive TV experiences consumers crave.
Grey Juice Lab, the experts in non-linear content, will be on-hand to discuss the current status of VoD, the growth of multi-screen and how companion devices are beginning to redefine the way consumers interact with the TV. Grey Juice Lab helps top tier operators in Asia, Europe, Middle East and Latin America acquire, package and market on-demand and OTT services to their consumers.
Media technology company, Nativ will be on site to discuss how the combination of a fully featured asset management solution and the flexibility of the cloud is shaping the way broadcasters and content owners now buy and use technology. Nativ will showcase its media management solutions, MioEverywhere and Mio On Demand, which represent a new way for content owners to adapt their offerings to include the Connected Home.
(Stand: 120) Demonstrations at ruwido’s stand will show how the company’s input devices and interactive solutions present the next step in ‘user experience excellence’ within the living room. ruwido will discuss how, by changing the way users feel about their viewing experience and how they interact and engage with their TV offering, service providers have the ability to open up a range of new revenue opportunities.
(Stand: 63) Tvinci will present its Pay OTT TV platform, which enables TV operators, broadcasters and media companies to offer users linear content, catch-up TV and VOD on multiple devices. Demonstrations will include Tvinci’s companion screen apps, which create an intuitive cross-device TV experience, functioning both as a ‘first screen’ and a ‘second screen,’ meaning users can choose whether to watch content directly via the tablet or use it as a companion device to the main TV set.