Exset, pioneer of value-add pay-TV ecosystems for emerging markets, has launched its DMS 2.0 technology, ahead of this month’s CommunicAsia conference and exhibition in Singapore. This allows operators to provide a wide range of value-add services over and above television channels to enhance overall service propositions and generate additional revenue.
DMS 2.0 is the second iteration of Exset’s powerful ecosystem to help monetise digital broadcast platforms and digital switchover in emerging markets. DMS bridges the gap between technology and value-added services, creating digital television platforms that provide additional services – text-based information like sports, weather and financial news through government information services to video ad insertion and NVoD – allowing digital network monetisation where previously impossible. DMS 2.0 boasts a host of backend and onscreen advances to make it easier to use for operators, while providing more powerful – and modular – value-add opportunities.
Andrew Pons, Global Director of Sales and Marketing, says, “DMS 2.0 brings together a whole range of possibilities for broadcast network operators, allowing them to generate revenues from services over and above television. The whole ecosystem allows the modular deployment of services on extremely low cost set-top boxes.”