Amino wins substantial STB order in South Eastern Europe

UK firm Amino Technologies has won a “substantial” contract to provide high-definition set-top boxes for one of the fastest-growing IPTV deployments in South Eastern Europe.

Amino is to supply its MPEG-2/MPEG-4 IPTV/OTT set-top boxes for the continued rollout of HD services across networks in two countries, featuring HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) capability to deliver entertainment experiences across both managed and unmanaged networks.

The unnamed network operator which ordered the STBs from Amino is described as providing a range of broadband, mobile, telephony and IPTV services across several countries, offering a mix of live TV, premier sports channels, video-on-demand (VoD) and a rich set of infotainment services to end users’ TV sets.

Potential candidates for the unnamed operator include Germany’s Deutsche Telekom, which has a considerable presence in South Eastern Europe and a growing IPTV operation.

Earlier today Amino reported a small profit for the first half of this year on shrinking revenues – more details here.

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