Amino Communications will debut its new OTT user interface at IBC 2011 – showing how pay-TV operators can bring an exciting new layer of open Internet-delivered content to their existing branded entertainment experience.
From social media to catch-up TV – plus gaming and apps – Amino will demonstrate a wide range of OTT content accessible by a slick new user interface which offers an improved range of apps and new social “sharing”multi-screen web viewing functionality available via Vidiactive’s Videobee service.
Visitor’s the Amino stand – 5 B40 – can see the new interface running on Amino’s Freedom Jump OTT Companion Media Centre which has been designed to work alongside existing cable and satellite set-top boxes, offering access to the wealth of additional content available on the open Internet.
Based on the company’s multi-award winning Amino Freedom hybrid/OTT media centre, the Freedom Jump is powered by the Intel® Atom™ processor CE4100 and MeeGo™ for the TV, and has been designed to support common Internet formats such as Adobe® Flash® together with high definition 1080p capability.
Amino CEO Andrew Burke said: “IDF offers us an ideal showcase for the innovative user interface development we are doing at Amino. This latest version builds in feedback from a number of trials and includes a wider range of content, the ability to share media and develop a more personalised entertainment experience. Fundamentally, it shows how we can easily bring this new entertainment layer to the pay-TV experience without impacting on the operator’s brand experience.”
Source: Amino Communications