Over-the-top (OTT) and IPTV software vendor Anevia has been selected by Egyptian real estate developer SODIC to provide a head-end to support triple play and smart home services.
The centralized head-end Flamingo will enable the developer’s new GoSmart service in SODIC West.
The largest planned mixed-use development in Egypt’s Sheikh Zayed area of West Cairo.
SODIC West currently has 6,000 residents and can accommodate up to 60,000 people, offering residential, commercial and retail spaces.
Anevia’s Flamingo is an all-in-one modular solution that captures TV and radio signals from various sources such as satellite, digital terrestrial TV (DTT), cable, fibre and HDMI, to stream video content directly to SODIC West homes.
“Anevia is very pleased to take part in such a high-profile project,” said Jérôme Goubier, sales director at Anevia.
“The Flamingo solution deployed at SODIC West will answer clients’ expectations by offering a high-quality TV experience…
I’m sure our multi screen offer will be of interest for other key real estate programs throughout Egypt.”
Hisham Salah, CIO at SODIC, added:
“Anevia’s products are simple to deploy, easy to operate and reliable to stream content to any device, anywhere at any time, and are a perfect choice”.
With the licensing deal, Globe becomes the first Roku Powered partner to offer a Roku Streaming Stick to its customers.
Globe will use the Roku operating system to provide an easy customer experience using the user interface, curate the videos and TV channels on offer.
The offer subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) services from Netflix, Disney Channel Apps and HOOQ.
“The collaboration with Roku allows us to give our customers more streaming device choices and a whole new streaming experience all together.
Globe Stream watch is easy to use and enjoy.