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SPB TV to unveil new video content technologies at MWC

SPB TV, the provider end-to-end OTT TV, IPTV and mobile solutions for video content delivery to multiscreen devices, will be using next week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona as the launch pad for further international growth, and to reveal unique new developments for its fast-growing customer base.

SPB TV is headquartered in Switzerland, with R&D headquarters in Russia and group affiliates in Asia and South America. It has built its reputation largely around breakthrough TV solutions across Russia and Eastern Europe, and has provided its technology to the three largest mobile operators in Russia: MTS, Beeline and Megafon. SPB TV will be announcing further developments in Kazakhstan and Armenia during Mobile World Congress, but with a growing presence in Brazil, Singapore, Dubai and Thailand, SPB TV is looking to become established and recognised as a truly global player.

“SPB TV is at the very heart of the video revolution that is so dramatically affecting peoples’ lives and also those of the vendors and operators that make it all possible,” says Kirill Filippov, SPB TV General Director.

“Our ability to deliver end-to-end TV, to support any device and to constantly create innovative and unique new services that build brand loyalty and revenue, is truly world class. We are proving it day after day with a growing number of customers and we see Mobile World Congress as a real showcase for the future.”

 

 

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