LONDON -- Minerva Networks, a leading provider of software solutions for the delivery of television services to connected devices, today announced that Volia, the largest cable television service provider in Ukraine, has deployed Minerva iTVFusion to offer advanced TV services within the region.
The Minerva platform, in combination with the latest adaptive bitrate and HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) technologies, will enable the Ukrainian operator to offer robust pay TV services over third-party broadband networks, significantly increasing its service footprint. Volia will also deploy Minerva iTVFusion to offer enhanced services to its current cable customers.
At the first stages both cable and broadband subscribers will enjoy over 130 linear standard and high definition channels, additional services like YouTube and on-demand video services. The new services will enable Volia to attract new subscribers outside its own network footprint and increase ARPU for existing customers.
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