TV Red Digital chooses Anevia and Viaccess-Orca to launch new OTT platform in Bogota

OTT and IPTV software solutions provider Anevia, and Viaccess-Orca (VO), which provides OTT, TV platforms and content protection, announced the start of a complete OTT TV platform for TV Red Digital in Bogota, Colombia.

As officially reported by Anevia, TV Red Digital will operate the new platform as the core of a white-label OTT TV resource, which will be made available to Colombian ISPs. Anevia will provide a headend comprising Genova encoders, NEA-Live origin packagers and NEA-CDN® network management. This consolidated solution will be integrated with Viaccess-Orca’s TV platform, VO DRM and VO Secure player. According to Anevia, TV Red Digital is already serving 35 ISPs with a combined potential subscriber base of 50 thousand viewers

‘This new investment will allow our ISP customers throughout Colombia to offer next-generation TV services, including a wide choice of content with pre-approved rights distribution, from all the main programmers to all of their subscribers’, reported Days Velazco, Executive Director, TV Red Digital. ‘Anevia’s software integrated with VO’s solutions was a logical choice as an industry-proven technology which will enhance the quality of our TV content delivery and maximise our own operational efficiency’, the executive added.

Carlos Ramos, VP Business Development, Americas at Viaccess-Orca, has also expressed himself on the new launch. ‘Anevia’s long experience in the IPTV sector, combined with our own telco knowledge and product base, are together empowering us to create a strong and effective system which will place TV Red Digital in a very strong position to become a key player in the Latin American market’, he said.

‘The TV Red Digital project extends our reach in southern America’, reported Gregory Samson, Anevia’s EVP of Worldwide Sales. ‘With Viaccess-Orca, we have created a fully integrated and pre-tested solution, which we are confident will meet all the demands placed on it, while being fully scalable to allow future service expansion’, the executive reported.