SeaChange International SEAC, a leading global video software company, has announced their supplying of their Adrenaline VOD solution for the Cablenet of Cyprus. The cable provider’s existing SeaChange STAGIS and CASIS solutions will now be aptly supported by the cutting edge software. If you visit Cyprus, and watch cable television or use that iPad on the Internet, chances are you’ll use Cablenet.
For those unaware, Cablenet was founded in 2003 and has since become the leading cable TV and telecommunications supplier in Cyprus. the company provides internet, television and fixed telephony services for over 30,000 subscribers there. Nicolas Shiacolas, managing director Cablenet Communication Systems Ltd., had this to offer via the company’s release:
“We’ve built our market leading position on having the latest technologies, the fastest networks and innovative services that subscribers love. The SeaChange Adrenalin back office will allow us to extend that ethos into the domain of video-on-demand and multi-screen TV. It’s a first-class system with lots of features to help us better serve our customers. And with SeaChange’s reputation, we knew we could rely on them to deliver a high-quality product and integrate it seamlessly into our existing infrastructure. Source: SeaChange International.”
As for Adrenalin, the software is a complete web-centric back office to enable multi-screen services. Its open, service-oriented architecture, allows for video service suppliers to deliver thousands of video assets across myriad device types, and across multiple networks. The edgy Adrenaline features also include social media capabilities, and so on.
Now Cablenet customers will be able to share, and otherwise interact with their favorite programming, and their friends. SeaChange International is ranked among the top software companies in the world. Readers interested in this and other SeaChange news can visit their Twitter feed, or their Facebook profile. Cablenet can also be contacted via their Twitter feed here. Cablenew is the only cable Internet provider in Cyprus.