Netgem launches new, out-of-the box, connected TV solution

Netgem, an end-to-end provider of innovative video solutions for the connected home entertainment market, today announced its new out-of-the-box connected TV solution, netbox360. This new entertainment video offering enables operators to bring premium linear, on-demand and OTT content and services to any screen in the home, delivering next-generation immersive experiences in a personalised, ‘lean-back’ fashion.

With rising consumer demand for alternatives to linear TV content and services, Netgem’s next-generation entertainment gateway, netbox360, enables operators of all types, including mobile and telco operators, to enhance the linear TV experience, bypassing restrictions imposed by limited bandwidth through a its game changer technology Total TV. Total TV provides advanced, ultra-high bandwidth video experiences, including live HD streaming, enhanced DVR, program start-over and time-shift, to any home with a 4Mbits+ broadband connection.

Netgem president, Christophe Aulnette, says: “Netbox360 provides an off-the-shelf solution for any operator looking to start and operate a full Connected TV service in the home, delivering a full featured multi-screen TV and video experience on any network. With an emphasis on delivering content-driven, seamless experiences via an engaging interface, netbox360 lowers the entry barrier for any operator looking to attract new consumers and gain relevance with next-generation video experiences in today’s increasingly crowded digital living room.”

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