March 15, 2013

Espial to Showcase HTML5-Based Set Top Box Client, Other Solutions at TV Connect

Provider of on-demand TV software and solutions, Espial (News Alert), today announced its intent to participate in TV Connect, which runs from March 19 – 21 in London, showcasing its range of multiscreen television solutions. Displaying at stand 233, the company will highlight its IP video delivery system and advanced HTML5 set top box client.

"TV Connect attracts a wide variety of leading broadcasters, telcos, content providers, and OTT players from around the world, making it the perfect platform for Espial to demonstrate its extensive range of solutions designed to help operators monetize the multiplatform environment," said Kirk Edwardson, director of marketing at Espial, in a statement. "During the show, we’ll be demonstrating the Espial STB Client and Espial Media Service Platform, two powerful platforms that enable pay-TV operators to deliver a consistent user experience across multiple devices."

The Espial set top box client is a comprehensive toolset solution dealing with middleware and applications that optimizes the development and deployment of TV services on set top box platforms. As it takes advantage of HTML5, the client is able to help in delivering a high-quality user experience with faster time to market and significantly reduced development cost.

Furthermore, the client is capable of adapting to a variety of networking requirements, supporting broadcast, IPTV (News Alert), OTT and hybrid configurations.

Also to be highlighted at TV Connect is the Espial Media Service Platform, a powerful system expressly for introducing, managing and monetizing a seamless multiscreen user experience.

Earlier this month, Espial joined the SCTE’s Society for Broadband Professionals, a not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to improving the standard of broadband engineering in the global telecommunications industry. As a member of SCTE, the company will be actively involved in promoting the group’s mission.

In February, Wi-LAN Inc., a technology innovation and licensing company, signed a partnership with Espial to license some of Espial’s patents relating to video over IP technology.

Edited by Rachel Ramsey


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