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Capablue join Arqiva

It has been announced that Capablue are joining Arquiva’s Digital Platforms division, strengthening the latter’s growing investment in IP and connected TV capabilities. Arquiva stress that their heritage in terrestrial and satellite television distribution, together with the expertise and experience of Capablue in internet-enabled TV solutions and video-on-demand, positions them uniquely to offer services across multiple channels, platforms and technologies.

“With the rapid expansion of high-speed broadband connections and the growth in ownership of internet-enabled televisions and other devices, Arqiva needed to broaden its offering,” says Charles Constable, Managing Director for Digital Platforms at Arqiva . “We have had a strong relationship with Capablue for many years making them the logical choice to expand our capabilities, accelerate our growth and extend our customer proposition in this exciting new area.”

“Capablue’s strategy has evolved over the years, moving from being a front-end application specialist to providing fully managed, end-to-end solutions for internet connected televisions,” adds Tom Cape, CEO of Capablue. “Working as part of Arqiva enables us to evolve even further and become leaders in multiscreen distribution and video-on-demand.”

 

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