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Elemental Powers HD, Multiscreen for TrueVisions

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PORTLAND, Ore. -- Elemental Technologies, the leading supplier of software-based video solutions for content delivery to any device, today announced that TrueVisions, Thailand’s pay TV leader and one of the largest cable operators in South Asia, is enlarging its existing Elemental installation to power the rapid expansion of its premium high-definition (HD) and multiscreen services.

TrueVisions, which has approximately two million subscribers, is employing Elemental® Live for video processing and delivery of more than 60 channels for multiscreen, including an increased number available in high-quality HD. Elemental is also powering the TrueVisions Anywhere multiscreen service, which enables customers to view content on any mobile device and to personalize their experience with functions including two-hour time-shift, two-day catch-up and on-demand access.

“TrueVisions places a premium on delivering the best and most varied content along with a high-quality viewer experience,” said Vichai Sernvongsat, CTO of TrueVisions. “Market-leading video processing solutions from Elemental play a vital role in our ability to provide such service today, while its proven path towards real-time 4K / HEVC will help us plan for the future.”

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