Deutsche Telekom and Vubiquity to provide OTT solutions

Karim El-Khazen

Karim El-Khazen

Deutsche Telekom has teamed up with Vubiquity to provide a combined service for operators and service providers looking to launch multiscreen video services.

The combination is meant to enable operators to launch multiplatform video services more quickly and easily at lower operating costs. Providers can choose which elements of the platform to use and the technology can be integrated into existing systems.

“Our partnership with Vubiquity will provide operators with outstanding content and further enhances our service offering,” comments Karim El-Khazen, Vice President of Business Development and Innovation (BDI) at Deutsche Telekom. “Thanks to our extensive experience in serving telco operators and service providers, we at Deutsche Telekom know that an end-to-end consultative approach, modularity, speed of delivery and premium content are the keys to success. One of BDI’s competencies is to bring together all required partners to get the best offering for our customers.”

Deutsche Telekom’s Jon Carter (UK Head of Business Development, Connected Home) will be appearing at this year’s TV Connect (28 – 30 April 2015 ExCel, London)

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