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TV Connect Awards 2015: winners unveiled at Gherkin

TV Connect Awards winners

TV Connect Awards winners

London’s iconic Gherkin – and the 36o degrees of stunning views it affords – ensured yesterday’s TV Connect Awards were a little bit special.

The 11th edition of the awards aims to reward new solutions and technologies that provide more immersive TV experiences for consumers, generate new monetisation opportunities and improve delivery to new devices.

Winners included market leading players and the best new emerging talent in the connected TV industry.  Here’s the full list:

Best TV Experience Enhancement: iFeelSmart with Andromeda

Best Multiscreen TV Service: Swisscom AG with Swisscom TV 2.0

Best Multiscreen TV Solution: Huawei Technologies LLC with Huawei VideoEverywhere Solution

Best Network Technology for IP TV & OTT TV: Harmonic with IP Video to All Screens Solution

Best Service Delivery Platform for IP TV & OTT TV: SeaChange International with SeaChange Rave

Best TV App: Screenz with Screenz Real Time Platform – for Rising Star

Best TV Consumer Device: AirTies with Air4920

Best TV Everywhere Service: Virgin Media with Virgin TV Anywhere

Best Cloud or CDN Service Delivery: Akamai Technologies with Akamai Adaptive Media Delivery service

Best Live Online TV Service or Solution: SKY Deutschland AG with Sky Online

Best Component or Enabler: Marvell Technology Group Ltd with ARMADA 1500 PRO 4K

Congratulations to all of them!

TV Connect, the world’s leading event on connected entertainment, is organised by Informa Telecoms & Media.  The event takes place on April 28-30 at the ExCeL in London.

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