Edgeware, a specilaist in distributed video delivery, has announces its partnership with Mirada, the AIM-quoted audiovisual technology supplier, to provide an end-to-end multiscreen solution that reduces costs and time to market for pay-TV operators regardless of network type. The joint solution is already enabling four leading operators in Brazil, Mexico and Spain to rapidly add and scale new attractive services with a superior user experience, without the need for massive network infrastructure investments.
The Edgeware Video Consolidation Platform (VCP) is fully integrated with Mirada’s flagship product, Iris, which provides a unified user experience across multiple devices, including STBs, computers, smartphones and tablets. Mirada’s Iris platform offers two innovative and feature rich user interfaces (UIs), Origin UI and Inspire UI, combined with a smart back-office system, Iris Service Delivery Platform (SDP). Iris enables pay TV operators to offer a wide range of high-quality services including VOD, catch-up TV and cloud DVR with a customiwed visual experience tailored to the unique features of each device.
“At Mirada, we build our products around the best possible user experience for viewers,” said Jose Luis Vazquez, group CEO at Mirada. “This is precisely why we partnered with Edgeware. With the VCP, we enable our customers to deliver the multiscreen services their customers demand at the quality they expect, enabling them to maintain a competitive edge in today’s rapidly changing market.”