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Cable Onda Picks SeaChange for Next-Gen Video

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ACTON, Mass. -- Cable Onda has begun building its next-generation video experience across cable, OTT and IPTV networks on a single video back office with integrated content management and advertising solutions from SeaChange International, Inc. (NASDAQ: SEAC).

With the open, best-of-breed SeaChange Adrenalin multiscreen television platform, the Panama-based service provider will serve on-demand and linear video to all consumer platforms and devices, including value-added services such as time-shifted TV and network PVR. Adrenalin, which is being deployed in combination with SeaChange’s AssetFlow content management system and Infusion advanced advertising solution, enables Cable Onda to centralize all video operations for optimal economy and easy scalability.

Charlie Brown, Senior Vice President of Operations, Cable Onda, said: “By upgrading to SeaChange as our unified and centralized back office foundation and ad revenue engine, Cable Onda will unite operations for HFC, OTT and IPTV service to achieve our vision for a Next Generation Subscriber Experience that keeps subscribers entertained and engaged across all their video devices.”

Cable Onda is among the largest television service providers in Panama with over 35 years in service. Cable Onda’s popular video-on-demand and advertising businesses have grown on SeaChange’s prior generation solutions since 2009.

SeaChange International Inc. (Nasdaq: SEAC)

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