UUX, the company that provides operators with cloud-based TV solutions and platforms for mobile and fixed networks, have announced that NAB will see UUX encouraging operators to take the 90-day challenge to move to its cloud-based Internet TV platform.
The 90-day challenge is based upon UUX’s claim that in just 90 days it can:
- Launch a new cloud-based iTaaS (internet TV as a Service) offering for mobile operators without an existing pay-TV service, or
- Provide the migration path for existing IPTV, Cable and other pay-TV operators who are keen
- to deliver next generation multi-screen experiences from the cloud.
“The unique combination of our cloud-based Internet TV solutions means that we’re the quickest route for any operator moving to the cloud or launching a brand new Internet TV service,” says Lou Schwartz, CEO, UUX. “We have proven with our iTaaS deployment for Telenor Hungary that we can get a new operator ‘on air’ in 90 days. NAB sees us extend the UUX 90-day challenge to include existing operators with legacy on-premise equipment and services seeking cloud-based multi-screen distribution.”
We caught up with UUX CCO Robert Delamar at last month’s TV Connect: