ACCESS Twine™, NetFront™ Browser family and NetFront™ Living Connect on-stand demos include multiscreen support for Android tablets, HDMI Dongles, system on chips, HbbTV 2.0, YouTube on TV and large-scale data gathering and analytics
Oberhausen, Germany, September 1, 2015 – ACCESS CO., LTD (IBC stand 14.D14), a global provider of advanced software technologies to the automotive, mobile, Internet of Things (IoT) and digital TV markets,today announced that visitors to its IBC stand will see multiscreen demonstrations that enhance monetization and customer acquisition for operators.
Key on stand demonstrations include:
- ACCESS Twine™ – the multimedia management solution that enables operators to connect consumers regardless of the devices plugged into the multiscreen service, and to aggregate large amounts of data. IBC demonstrations will allow operators to understand how support for diverse Conditional Access (CA) and Digital Rights Management (DRM) systems alongside flexible UI technologies provides a robust multiscreen security solution. New at IBC are enhanced data mining functionality and remote access to personal content inside the home, in addition to the virtual multiscreen content library functionality originally showcased at CES 2015.
- NetFront™ Browser family – demos include support for Android tablet and smartphones, major silicon vendor reference platforms and Hbbtv 2.0, Freeview Play and YouTube on TV.
- NetFront™ Living Connect – the DLNA media sharing Technology Component™ has been extended to support the DLNA VidiPath™ guidelines, allowing next-generation devices to enable secure media sharing in the home.
“One of the key features we will be demonstrating at IBC is the ability to collect, manage and analyse data at very large scale together with KILA Systems” said Dr Neale Foster, COO and VP Global Sales, ACCESS Europe.
“We announced in May this year that a large operator had chosen ACCESS Twine to power its multiscreen offering. The solution 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. We’re looking forward to demonstrating at IBC how we can meet the data requirements of operators from hundreds of thousands to millions of subscribers,” concluded Foster.
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