Source: M M Network
Technicolor announced that it reached the milestone of 5 million set-top boxes (STBs) delivered to Tata Sky, India's leading satellite operator with 6.5 million subscribers.
Technicolor also signed contract for High Definition (HD) set-top boxes, whose shipment will start later this year. This important win comes in addition to a contract signed in 2011 for the supply of Standard Definition MPEG4 set-top boxes.
This contract reinforces Technicolor's footprint in the APAC region, where the Group already holds leading market positions. In addition, it illustrates the Group's know-how in addressing local technological specificities and its capability to propose competitive cutting-edge services.
Harit Nagpal, Managing Director & CEO Tata Sky, said that the company has always been satisfied by Technicolor's level of service, and that is why it decided to further strengthen its collaboration in STBs.
Technicolor's range of MediaPlay set-top boxes provide a wide array of services encompassing advanced functions such as multi-room and multi-screen, on demand, wireless streaming or Over-The-Top services. Truly committed to ecodesign, Technicolor puts environmental issues at the heart of the design process of all products within a complete product lifecycle approach.
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