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10 January, 2018 - 16:12 By Kate Sweeney

DELTA deal dawns for Amino

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Dutch technology business DELTA is deploying a solution from Amino Technologies plc in Cambridge in a key project.

DELTA, which provides internet, TV, telephony and energy products, is using Amino’s MOVE TV delivery platform to provide a full end-to-end solution to deliver multiscreen entertainment services.

Amino has worked closely with DELTA to transition its existing cable TV subscriber base to an all IP-based service model – and enable a range of advanced service features and user experience improvements alongside an extended range of live, on-demand and OTT content.

DELTA already uses Amino MOVE to provide a ‘TV everywhere’ solution for mobile and tablet viewing. Now it's extending the platform's capabilities to manage its entire entertainment service delivery to customers outside and to the home TV via Amino's 6 series 4K/UHD compatible IPTV device.

Amino will implement new developments to enable DELTA to offer a richer and much wider range of entertainment services. 

Packages now include over 140 live TV channels, many of which have 'replay TV', allowing users to re-start live programmes and a full seven day 'catch up' TV service. Up to 250 hours of storage is also provided, ensuring customers can record their favourite content.

Amino MOVE is a complete end-to-end TV delivery platform that enables operators and content owners to offer a multi-screen TV service to screens inside and outside the home. 

The platform delivers a full range of services include live television, personal video recording, catch-up, video-on-demand, OTT applications and advanced recommendations.

Amino says the contract will not have a significant incremental impact on the company's revenues in the current financial year.

CEO Donald McGarva (pictured), said: “We have worked very closely with Delta on this major transformation project. This is a clear demonstration of our enhanced capabilities as a business and our ability to deliver complex cable-IP transformation solutions to forward thinking operators seeking to transition from cable to an all IP future.”

More than 1,000 of the world's leading service providers, across 100 countries have relied on AIM-quoted Amino to provide a seamless delivery of entertainment experiences.

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