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24i Media and Xstream join forces

Xstream, a provider of OTT solutions, and 24i Media, a TV app developer, today announced a strategic partnership enabling operators, content owners, broadcasters and media companies to unlock the revenue potential of Internet TV with quick to deploy, flexible and future proof OTT solutions, across multiple devices.

“We’re delighted to add another innovative company to our Global partner network in the shape of 24i/Media, and, thanks to the partnership, to be able to offer our customers fully custom built TV apps as well as a build-once, deploy-everywhere engine,” said Brynhild Vinskei, CMO at Xstream. “24i Media has done a phenomenal job creating innovation in the TV app space. Their product suite and customer base are a testament to that and we’re thrilled to join forces to bring powerful technology and an enhanced entertainment experience to our clients’ subscribers.”

At the heart of Xstream’s business and philosophy is a commitment to simplify the complexity of Internet TV, enabling operators, content owners, broadcasters and media to seamlessly create, manage, deliver and monetize best-of-breed OTT Services across any network and device. 24i Media shares this philosophy by simplifying and streamlining app development and maintenance for TV platforms Through this partnership, Xstream and 24i will enable customers to focus on their core business, to grow audience, capture and retain viewers on multiple devices with world-class Internet TV solutions ensuring a robust, scalable and flexible solution to increase profitability, improve speed-to-market and accelerate growth.

Madelon Olsthoorn, 24i’s VP Global Partnerships: “Adding Xstream to our selected group of partners is another proof of our ambition to excel in working together with the leading providers in the OTT chain. We are proud of to integrate our suite of products and services with the Xstream solutions and we are looking forward expanding our cooperation based on our formalized partnership.”

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