Californian firm Entone has won another order for its FusionTV platform, this time with a telco which is currently embarking on an ambitious fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) project.
TriCounty Telecom provides a range of communications services to several communities across eastern North Carolina, and has recently embarked on an ambitious FTTH build to support advanced IP services.
The FusionTV system combines traditional broadcast TV with over-the-top (OTT) content and cloud-based services, including instant access to VUDU’s streaming library of over 50,000 VOD titles, as well as popular Web applications and services like Facebook, Flickr, Pandora, Twitter, YouTube and many more.
In addition to its HQ in California, Entone has offices in Europe, Hong Kong and China, and currently counts over 100 service provider around the world as customers of its hybrid TV solutions.
The company announced last May that its FusionTV solution had been chosen by US firm Unity Telecom for the latter’s new over-the-top (OTT) video service, which combines free-to-air programming with DVR capabilities and cloud-based services – more details here.