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Oregan secures record revenue over 2013

Oregan Networks, a supplier of next-generation pay-TV solutions for Multiple Service Operators (MSOs), has delivered a record 2013 revenue, as it continued to invest into future growth through the evolution of its product, methodology and market presence.

By the end of 2013, subscriptions to British Telecom’s internet television service powered by Oregan’s software, surpassed 0.5 Million subscribers, marking Oregan’s largest telecoms operator deployment in Europe to date.

“The company’s Digital TV solutions are well proven in complex hybrid broadcast and IPTV deployments within the tier-1 Pay TV operator market, making Oregan a trusted provider for global operators seeking mature, flexible and economical solutions,” says Mark Perry, Chief Executive Officer of Oregan Networks. “The ramp-up in revenues in year 2013, despite slower than expected economic growth in Oregan’s core markets, was driven by revenues from Pay TV subscription licences and recurring platform evolution services to MSO customers, demonstrating the high value of the company’s core engineering competences.”

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