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Telekom Slovenije Unveils OTT Platform

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LJUBLJANA, Slovenia -- At TV Connect 2014 Telekom Slovenije will showcase its all-in-one OTT platform, TViN, enabling operators and content owners a quick upgrade of their offering with mobile live TV, VOD services and a multimedia cloud storage solution.

Telekom Slovenije, Slovenia's biggest IPTV, ISP and mobile provider, will be present at TV Connect 2014 from March 18 – 20, showcasing the TViN OTT solution, for both consumers and operators. TViN has also been shortlisted in the TV Connect Industry Awards 2014, ‘Best TV on the Move Service’ category, and is now available as a white-label solution for operators and media companies. Simon Furlan, Telekom Slovenije’s CMO, will also present OTT trends and future developments of the platform on Thursday, March 20, on 12:20PM as part of the “Experience” track on the TV Connect.

Telekom Slovenije will present the recently announced TViN OTT white-label solution at the TV Connect 2014. The platform enables operators and media companies without an OTT platform to quickly upgrade their existing services with a state-of-the-art solution, encompassing all media delivery needs as well as a cloud storage option with media transcoding, integrated into the OTT customer experience.

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