Vision247 & Amino aim for ‘TV as it should be’

Vision247 and Amino have partnered to offer ISPs, telecommunications service providers and content aggregators a fully scalable platform that delivers “an intuitive and easy-to-use” OTT multiscreen experience across mobile, online and TV screens.

Ooyala’s Video Index reports that “mobile and tablet video viewing has increased by a factor of ten in the past two years, now accounting for 19% of all online video plays, with the share set to double in 2014.”  The partnership between Vision247 and Amino enables service providers to quickly take advantage of this trend with the rapid roll out of an integrated platform that delivers seamless Internet TV experiences to any screen.

Perception delivers a complete OTT multiscreen TV service with live TV viewing, catch up, video on demand and a personal video recorder in the Cloud.  New entrants to the TV market and TV incumbents wishing to roll out profitable new services can offer multiscreen Internet TV packages across smartphones, tablets and Amino’s set top boxes (STB).

Perception provides these TV services through a single, easy-to-use and intuitive user interface that can be easily branded by the operator.

Donald McGarva, CEO of Amino, comments: “The partnership with Vision247 further expands our offering to address the rapidly emerging opportunity for Cloud-based OTT multiscreen platforms. The combination of Amino STBs and Perception offers customers a complete, field-proven, scalable OTT multiscreen platform with a consistent user experience across mobile, online and the TV screen.”

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