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AMSTERDAM, Jan. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Alticast, a global partner for the delivery of media entertainment, will show satellite, cable and terrestrial operators, as well as other telecommunications providers attending the upcoming CSTB Exhibition in Russia how its latest solutions can simplify the development and delivery of new, more personalized, multiscreen TV viewing experiences. The demonstrations will take place throughout the show (January 27-29) in Moscow at the Crocus Expo Centre in booth 509, Hall 4.
Alticast will showcase its latest solutions at the show, which cover satellite, cable, terrestrial and IPTV video delivery as well as enabling operators to add tablet and mobile capabilities for multi-screen functionality. The company will particularly focus on its innovative Cloud User Interface (UI) solution and its AltiPlex™ Cloud Services Platform (CSP).
"The advanced solutions we will show at CSTB 2015 are ideal for Russian service providers that must continually offer new and compelling video services to their subscribers while containing costs," said Tiaan Schutte, Alticast's President for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). "Our solutions overcome the inherent complexity of multiscreen video delivery to truly simplify the deployment of new services, enabling operators to focus on innovating new services for their subscribers."
Alticast's key demonstrations at CSTB 2015 will include:
Media and other parties interested in meeting with Alticast executives at CSTB 2015 should contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time.
Alticast develops advanced end-to-end, multi-screen solutions to enable service providers to quickly and cost-effectively deliver TV Everywhere services, ensuring every consumer a reliable and innovative TV experience. Alticast's extensive solution offerings consist of STB software, CAS/DRM, Smart UI/UX and Cloud Server, based on non-proprietary software such as HTML5, RDK and GEM. Alticast's unique solutions bring new levels of TV interactivity required by service providers and consumers across the globe to deliver personalized and compelling content securely over broadcast, broadband and mobile platforms. With over 30 million devices deployed worldwide, Alticast is one of the most deployed solutions providers in the digital television industry. The publicly traded company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, but also has major offices in Amsterdam, Netherlands; Wroclaw, Poland; and Broomfield, Colorado. For more information, visit www.alticast.com and read Alticast's blog, TV Ready Forum, at www.tvreadyforum.blogspot.com.