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CCAP Owes It All to Adara

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TORONTO, ON -- Adara Technologies Inc. (www.adara-tech.com/whatsnew), the provider of game-changing solutions for mid-sized cable service providers, today announced that its customer Coopérative de Câblodistribution de L'Arrière Pays (CCAP) of Quebec City, a triple-play service provider with 15,000 video subscribers has experienced a 22% growth in digital video subscribers over the past five years, far surpassing results of most North American cable operators. CCAP attributes much of its positive results to the launch of Adara Technologies’ Switched IP Video (SIPV) solution in 2012, which enabled easy, worry-free bandwidth-on-demand and permitted the company to focus entirely on differentiating its customer experience.

CCAP expects to generate even greater Customer Satisfaction success through the utilization of Adara’s new advanced video User Interface/ Customer Experience platform recently launched at the end of 2017. The platform leverages the latest 4K RF+IP hybrid boxes as well as existing set-tops, all of which have enabled the continued addition of advanced UI features and interactive applications traditionally associated with advanced Tier I IPTV implementations. The platform delivers such subscriber-friendly features as Whole Home DVR, modernized content search and discovery capability including customizable subscriber video mosaics, operator-definable TV-Mix mosaics, operator-branded look and feel, a weather app, intuitive remote control short-cuts and other several navigation enhancements.

The Adara SIPV solution frees up a significant amount of bandwidth for expansion of DOCSIS Internet services as well as new video services such as 4K UltraHD. The solution delivers video more efficiently by “switching” multicast programs into network service groups only when they are requested, rather than wasting valuable bandwidth by the typical practice of broadcasting all channels, to all set-top boxes, all the time. The benefit is that SIPV can free up to 80% or more of an operator’s video bandwidth in as little as 90 days so that it can be immediately used for DOCSIS 3.0, 3.1 or Full Duplex expansion to multi-Gigabit.

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