SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Envivio today announced that TTNET, a subsidiary of Turk Telekom and the leading broadband Internet service provider in Turkey with more than 5 million subscribers, has added a new dimension to its customer offerings by deploying multiple Envivio Three Screens video encoders to launch a new Web TV service. The new service, integrated by Envivio's system integration partner Birtel based in Ankara, enables TTNET to offer live TV channels and on-demand services to subscribers over the Internet for viewing on their computers and Wi-Fi enabled devices.
"The Envivio Three Screens solution provides TTNET subscribers with a superior viewing experience by ensuring exceptional encoding and video delivery with support for technologies such as Smooth Streaming," said Metin Olgun, General Manager of Birtel. "The result is that the new TTNET Web TV offers video quality to computers and Internet-connected TVs that exceeds what people have come to expect from satellite TV."
The Envivio Internet TV solution employed by TTNET, based on the Envivio 4Caster™ C4 encoders, delivers more than 70 live and on demand channels to the Web TV service subscribers across Turkey. The solution directly ingests MPEG-2 satellite sources, eliminating the need for additional costly and quality-degrading interfaces. The 4Caster C4 encoders supply IIS Media Servers with continuous streams of Microsoft PlayReady DRM-protected, Silverlight video encoded at up to HD resolution for distribution to subscribers. The 4Caster C4 systems simultaneously encode video at multiple resolutions enabling TTNET to use adaptive streaming technology to continuously deliver video, without interruptions or buffering, as network bandwidth and other conditions vary. Service reliability, redundancy management and operational control in the headend are fully integrated within the Envivio 4Manager™ network management system.
"The TTNET deployment is an excellent example of how Envivio's high efficiency encoding and support for advanced features like Smooth Streaming and PlayReady DRM are enabling operators to innovate and expand their services," Julien Signes, President and CEO of Envivio. "The Web TV service introduced by TTNET creates a new revenue opportunity for the company by offering a powerful enticement for consumers looking for an alternative to incumbent services."
For more information about Envivio Three Screens encoding and delivery solutions for telecom operators, visit www.envivio.com/InternetTV.
TTNET Inc. was established on April 26, 2006, as a subsidiary of Turk Telekom and received its "Internet Service Provider License" on May 14, 2006. TTNET provides high technology broadband services (ADSL/VDSL2) as well as value added services, dial-up access, Wi-Fi (wireless internet access), G.HSDSL, Metro Ethernet, ATM and Frame Relay internet access to its customers in 81 provinces in Turkey. For more information, visit www.ttnet.com.tr.
Envivio makes the world's video content universally enjoyable by all viewers, on any device, across any network, at any time. Now in its second decade as a respected leader in the development of video convergence solutions, Envivio has amassed dozens of patents, pioneered video-over-IP methods, and continually led with support for emerging technology. Today Envivio solutions deliver millions of content streams to hundreds of different styles of mobile phones, set top boxes, and PC platforms, on behalf of content owners, telecom operators, cable and satellite companies and mobile service providers in every market in the world. Deployment and support are backed by a global staff that is familiar with local technical, regulatory and market guidelines encountered around the world. Envivio is headquartered in South San Francisco, California and has offices in Rennes, France; New York, New York; London, England; Beijing, China; Singapore and Tokyo, Japan.
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