Ocilion secures further IPTV customers

Eight more network operators in Germany and Austria have decided to put up a TV service using the cloud technology provided by IPTV service provider Ocilion.

ETN (Emsland/Kloppenburg), EWF Connect (Northern Hesse), FairNetz (Reutlingen), Stadtwerke Lengerich, Stadtwerke Rostock, and Telepark Passau from Germany, as well as Elektro Pühringer (Perg/Mühlviertel) and Luwy TV-IT from Austria, are the new clients (Kremstal).

The implementation phase is presently underway for network operators. Stadtwerke Lengerich and Stadtwerke Rostock intend to begin their IPTV services soon. FairNetz and ETN are currently operational.

Ocilion secures further IPTV customers

The network operators’ ability to incorporate the TV service into their product portfolio while maintaining their own brand identity and unique user experience is made possible by the modular approach. The main components of the service are free-TV and pay-TV bundles, interactive TV features including replay, restart, pause/play, recordings, a video library, 4K set-top boxes, and applications.

« More network operators are choosing to offer their own IPTV service. We give both big and small operators the chance to quickly launch a future-proof TV service with our modular technology, according to Ocilion CEO Hans Kühberger. « IPTV is also the future of regional providers, serving as a catalyst for fiber rollout. Customers receive all the services they need from a single provider and a wide range of products, so they can shop locally for everything they need.

Writer :

Jörn reports on the latest developments in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Since 1992, he has been working as a freelance journalist, specialised in digital media, broadcast technology, convergence and new markets. He also takes up University lectureships, writes articles in specialist publications, and produces radio reports. Jörn is also a moderator of panel discussions at industry events such as ANGA COM, Medientage München and IFA Berlin.
About Jörn Krieger : Jörn reports on the latest developments in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Since 1992, he has been working as a freelance journalist, specialised in digital media, broadcast technology, convergence and new markets. He also takes up University lectureships, writes articles in specialist publications, and produces radio reports. Jörn is also a moderator of panel discussions at industry events such as ANGA COM, Medientage München and IFA Berlin.

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