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Tvinci to showcase personal OTT deployments at IBC

by david.nunes

Tvinci to showcase personal OTT deployments

at IBC

Tvinci will demonstrate recent customer deployments with a personalized social viewing experience for the end user

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 12th 2013 – Tvinci, the leading Pay-OTT Platform provider, has today announced it will showcase its fully deployed social and personal OTT 2.0 platform at IBC (Stand #3.C46, Amsterdam, 13th-17th September 2013), demonstrating how pay TV operators, telecommunications operators and media companies can create a truly personalized, social pay TV experience for consumers across a range of connected devices.

Tvinci is the only solutions provider with a turnkey solution for personal pay OTT TV which incorporates a robust backend, extensive user experience management including the ability to manage multiple users within one household and award winning front end applications. Since IBC 2012 Tvinci has won 8 key accounts, with additional customer announcements to follow.

Demonstrations on Tvinci’s stand will include the Tvinci OTT 2.0 platform, currently deployed for a number of Tier 1 telecommunications and TV operators, including:

· Eutelsat, who will be rolling out a wholesale deployment for 300 affiliate companies with access to over 3.5M German households

· Chellomedia with their Film1 Go offering in the Netherlands

· MediaCorp – Singapore’s leading media company, who chose Tvinci to power its cross device lifestyle service, Toggle.

“We are the first platform provider to give media companies and operators the ability to manage each end user within the household. This enables consumers to enjoy a personal TV service with favorites, social newsfeeds, notifications and many other features which can only be deployed once we have an understanding of each individual’s preferences, social interactions and viewing history,” said Ido Wiesenberg, Co-founder and VP Business Development, Tvinci. “The benefits to the service providers are huge – finally they can curate content automatically for each end user and provide a relevant and sticky TV service. They can also start to monetize other elements of the service including the number of accounts per household, the number of devices per household and the number of concurrent streams.”

In 2012, Tvinci gave the first glimpse into the limitless possibilities of TV participation with the OTT 2.0 platform, showing how operators and media companies could engage with consumers via both social and personal features in a bold and innovative way. Tvinci announced a $4.5M investment at the end of 2012 which has been focused on research and development as well as expanding its international operations. With a solidified position in Europe, in 2013 Tvinci has been gaining ground rapidly in both APAC and Latin America where their solution is the most deployed OTT TV platform.

Those attending IBC conference will have the chance to hear from Yonatan Sela, VP Marketing, Tvinci, who will be present on the panel ‘The Future of TV is Already Here’ (12th September 2013, 15:00-16:30) to explain how Tvinci is transforming the OTT spectrum by enabling user centric services that offer unrivalled personalization, social content discovery and interaction.

About Tvinci

Formed in 2007 especially for the advent of Over-the-Top TV (OTT TV), Tvinci’s award-winning platform enables its customers – TV operators, telcos and media companies – to create a personalized, social TV experience for end-users consuming premium content across various devices. The company specializes in high-end solutions for the smart management of content and user experience, and has deployed its platform for leading brands worldwide that include Mediacorp, Eutelsat, Chellomedia, Orange, Elisa and others.

For more information visit: www.tvinci.com

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