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ABOX42, Nordija Team Up for Advanced IPTV

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KARLSRUHE, Germany -- ABOX42 (www.abox42.com), a leading provider of OTT DVB, IPTV and Hybrid Smart STBs and services, is partnering with Nordija (www.nordija.com), a leading global provider of IPTV / OTT middleware and advanced multi-screen services, to provide a complete solution for modern interactive TV based on innovative ABOX42 Smart STB platform.

ABOX42´s Smart STB platform Solutions are fully compatible with the multiscreen middleware of the Danish IPTV middleware provider Nordija enhancing the IPTV and over-the-top (OTT) services available through ABOX42´s STB platforms for operators and internet service providers.

The integration of both Nordija´s multiscreen middleware and ABOX42´s Smart STB platform offering a rich feature set required for leading edge IPTV & OTT providers now enables new innovative IPTV services. – as the latest common project Sparql of Dutch company Cambrium is demonstrating. Cambrium with its new TV service ‘Sparql’ based on the latest technology ABOX42 M12 Set top Box platform incl. the advanced middleware and user interface from Nordija is one of the first providers to offer the complete TV solution for the first screen television and for multiscreen devices.

Using ABOX42´s market proven IPTV and OTT Set Top Boxes with its latest features & functionalities integrating Nordija´s multiscreen middleware, OEM partners and IPTV operators like Cambrium manage to easily upgrade existing customers and attract new customers with compelling new TV services, features and functionalities. Cambrium´s Sparql TV-service for example, now is able to cost-effectively expand IPTV and new interactive services such as catch-up TV, Video-On-Demand, network DVR, browser-based applications and IPTV/OTT FreeTV as well as OTT PayTV services.

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