Advanced Television

MatrixStream OTT DVR

September 22, 2015

Broadband service providers and mobile providers are set to get a boost to their OTT IPTV services when MatrixStream Technologies launches its turnkey high performance MatrixCloud 4K OTT (Over-the-Top) IPTV network DVR solution.

The new service consists of IMX X1M DVR recording server and IMX X1s scalable NDVR storage solution and is bundled as part of MatrixStream’s IPTV SaaS (Software as a Service) offering. Therefore, providers everywhere can roll out a complete IPTV solution streaming to multiple devices quickly and at a low startup cost.

MatrixStream’s patented MatrixCloud IPTV solution coupled with MatrixCrypt DRM is designed for premium pay TV offering while scalable to millions of users.  In addition, MatrixCloud offering allows operators everywhere to have their own branded MatrixEverywhere IPTV players for Apple iPads, Apple iPhones, Android smartphones, Android tablets, PC players, MAC players, and set top boxes.

Matrixstream’s MatrixCloud OTT video platform supports the following:

  1. Ability to supports to up 2 million customers to watch any show in the last 3, 5, 7, & 30 days on any device from mobile devices up to UHD 4k in one 42U rack.


  1. Advanced targeted advertising system on any device such as TV, PC or mobile.


  1. MatrixStream OTT video platform supports the latest 100Gbps architecture to avoid any bottlenecks and can scale to millions of users with ease.

Results from the Transparency Market Research indicate that the IPTV market was valued at US$24.94 billion in 2013. It is expected to grow at a healthy CAGR of 18.1% between 2014 and 2020, thereby reaching a market value worth US$79.38 billion by 2020.

The greatest challenges many providers face is accessing, affordable, competent and reliable results through existing IPTV platforms; however, Matrixstream’s low bandwidth, end-to-end, plug and play MatrixCloud OTT 4K IPTV platform gives operators the ability to launch premium TV everywhere OTT IPTV solution quickly without spending huge startup costs.


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