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TV Connect 2014: Comigo exhibit

At TV Connect 2014, Comigo will demonstrate its fully flexible, controlled, cloud-based pay-TV platform that provides a cutting-edge personal interactive and social TV viewing experience.

Comigo’s cloud-based pay-TV platform transforms television viewing beyond live, VOD, and OTT content to provide a personal and social user experience with increased viewer engagement. Utilizing the multiscreen platform, pay-TV service providers can deliver a consistent experience to a range of devices, including TVs, smartphones, and tablets. Advanced personalization and social capabilities allow service providers to deliver customized Apps, social promotions, personal content recommendation, and targeted advertising. With its open interactive platform, the service provider can enjoy new revenue streams and increase customer engagement.

Comigo’s end-to-end solution includes a secured, cloud-based pay-TV platform, giving service providers the flexibility and control to manage and launch new revenue-generating services and features quickly and easily, using an intuitive web-based interface. It can seamlessly be integrated with an operator’s existing equipment (e.g., billing, CRM, CMS, CDN, and provisioning).

In addition, Comigo offers client-based solutions for Android-based set-top boxes, including optimized set-top box solutions, and client Apps for smartphones, tablets, and TVs.

 

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