Nokia, Kaltura partner for personalised OTT
April 24, 2017
Kaltura, the video technology provider, has entered into partnership with Nokia. Kaltura’s TV Platform provides a flexible solution for content and service providers who want to launch an OTT TV service quickly and cost-effectively. Kaltura and Nokia have joined forces to facilitate a more personalised and monetised viewing experience for customers worldwide.
Together Nokia and Kaltura, with a wide array of live deployments for tier-1 operators and media companies worldwide, offer a comprehensive and modular solution that enables customers to benefit from Nokia’s Velocix product family and experience and capabilities together with Kaltura’s TV Platform. Nokia will bring Kaltura’s expertise to its global customers, enabling them to better meet their business goals while providing a personalised experience to their own consumers. Kaltura will integrate Nokia’s IP Video products and use Nokia’s systems integration experience to further enhance its customers’ solutions. The offering includes advanced technology and capabilities, including Cloud DVR, CDN, flexible monetisation models, social media integration and more.
“Today’s TV landscape is constantly evolving into a personal experience for each and every user on their preferred devices,” stated Paul Larbey, Head of Nokia’s IP Video Business Division,. “Joining forces with Kaltura allows us to ensure that our customers keep pace, and enjoy new revenue streams from advanced OTT services.”
“Media companies, content owners, operators and service providers are all delving into the OTT TV world, looking to reach their audiences and keep their attention,” said Ron Yekutiel, Kaltura Co-founder, Chairman and CEO. “Key considerations for any current TV offering include monetisation flexibility, excellent cross-device user experiences, and the ability to scale quickly and cost effectively – Kaltura’s TV platform addresses exactly these main elements, which is even further enhanced by the great products and impeccable services provided by Nokia.”