INFOGRAPHIC – ANDROID vs LINUX STBs

Today operators are facing a tough decision when deciding on suitable STB for their business and their clients. Although in the Pay TV market, Linux has been dominating the STB business for ages, the Android STBs has its advantages as they empower operators with faster time market and more future proofed applications. Beenius has prepared […]

THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THE WEBINAR

  We hope you have received all the information you were looking for during the webinar. We would like to thank each and everyone for your time and your opinions expressed during the polls. Mr. Klemen Logar, VP Sales at Beenius presented during the webinar Pros and cons of Android vs. Linux STB, addressed the security of […]

Beenius in Prensario Internacional

Prensario International is the leading magazine and a web platform for PayTV industry in Latin America.  In their last monthly publication they prepared a report from the NexTV Summit in Argentina, the most important South American Conference summit. At the conference Beenius team presented Beenius Interactive TV solution to the Latin America Markets together with […]

Multiple virtual operators supported by Beenius Interactive TV Platform

Year: 2016 Market: OTT Product: Beenius Interactive TV Platform version 4.2 Mexican operator Gobo is a wholesale operator who is reselling service to Mexican IPSs. At Gobo they were looking for flexible middleware which would enable services across converging multi-device and multi-network environments (such as billing, technical support, performance monitoring and reporting to the subscriber) […]

Interview with Mr. Filip Remškar, CEO

Q&A: CEO, Filip Remškar about Beenius participation at NAB Show and TV Connect 2016 For the past few years Beenius is participating at important industry events, from NAB Show in Las Vegas to TV Connect in London and IBC in Amsterdam. The locations and the shows are important for established presence at U.S. and Europe […]

Bundles…why not offer TV as well?

Traditional telecommunication and cable television networks provided the first wave of bundled offers, which included triple-play services (telephony, data and pay-television services). This was followed by the emergence of quadruple-play offers, as wireless broadband networks enabled operators to add mobility to the previous services as well as a range of new services (e.g. navigation). As […]