ADB, a provider of CPE and complete solutions for TV and broadband networks, has announced that Telenor, a provider of telecommunications and digital services in Norway, has started to deploy ADB’s graphyne2 Pay-TV system to all subscribers connected to Telenor’s Cable and IP network.
ADB’s graphyne2™ solution includes an ADB designed Service Delivery Platform and Client Software, enabling Telenor to provide its services through a single back-end to all users’ devices including set-top boxes, tablets, smartphones, Apple TV, PCs and Android TV based devices.
ADB’s system simproves the way Telenor manages its Pay-TV and streaming services, including access to major OTT content providers through a single User Experience on the STB. This enables Telenor to become the prime content aggregator with personalisation of content to subscribers. Voice Search function provides an easy way to find requested content across multiple sources.
An advanced dashboard within the graphyne2 solution enables various configuration changes across the whole subscriber base in minutes without the need of expensive and time-consuming software upgrades.Together with the graphyne2 delivery, ADB introduced in Telenor the ADB OMM extended suite of professional services supporting uninterrupted operations, monitoring and maintenance of the system. Operating-Monitoring-Maintaining the Telenor Network and the ADB system lets Telenor focus entirely on its business operation and customers.
“After the first deployment in Poland, the graphyne2 deployment in Norway is the next major milestone in providing our customer base with the best-in-class Pay-TV system and related services. We are highly confident that further deployments of this system will follow soon. On an ADB provided hardware or on a 3rd party hardware solution,” said Rolf Seibl, Deputy CEO at ADB Group.