TV Connect: ACCESS demonstrates Next-Generation Secure, Data-centric Multiscreen Solutions
The advent of connected devices, wearables and the Internet of Things has forced operators to extend their multiscreen services in order to adapt to rapidly evolving consumers who want personalised multiscreen services accessible everywhere.
A pioneer in bringing connectivity and media sharing to connected devices, ACCESS will show its next generation multiscreen solutions including advanced data and analytics and support for the latest industry standards including the YouTube 2015 guidelines at TV Connect (April 28th — 30th, ExCeL, London). Visitors to TV Connect will see how ACCESS continues to enable operators to better grasp the potential of standardised multiscreen services in and out of the home to offer personalised multiscreen services.
Visitors to our TV Connect stand #93 will be able to see:
An extended HTML5 application framework for our multiscreen management platform ACCESS Twine™, which enables operators to launch secure, cross-platform multiscreen solutions that bring linear, payTV and OTT together in one unified experience. The ACCESS Twine dashboard and management functionality have also been enhanced, resulting in advanced subscriber data that allows operators to offer better-personalised services and act upon potential churn
The integration of KILA Systems' real-time predictive analytics solutions for Big Data with ACCESS Twine enables operators to utilise first party data, including user events, geolocation, registered devices and favourite programmes, to predict consumer behaviour, such as demographics and behaviour patterns, and to offer tailored services
YuMe multiscreen advertising technology combined with ACCESS Twine, highlighting how advanced digital advertising capabilities, including dynamic ad insertion and management, enable operators to offer personalised multiscreen advertising campaigns
The NetFront Browser family demonstrations will include NetFront™ Browser NX HbbTV Edition and NetFront™ Browser BE, an advanced HTML5 browser based on the Chromium Blink Engine and featuring high stability for high-end embedded platforms. The NetFront™ Browser series, which supports the new YouTube 2015 guidelines including Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) and Media Source Extensions (MSE) for premium content enable TV and set-top box manufacturers to provide consumers with a YouTube TV app accessible via any web browser and on any device
An interactive 'Push to TV' demonstration that allows operators to deliver Chromecast-like use cases.
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