The Open IPTV Forum
is pleased to welcome four new members – Broadpeak, Digisoft.tv, 3 Screen Solutions, and Zenterio – who have taken advantage of the new OIPF tiered fee structure which reduces annual membership costs by 80 percent to make Forum participation viable for smaller enterprises. Interest in the initiative so far has shown that this supports the aspirations of many innovative app developers, technology component developers and digital entertainment businesses with a valuable contribution to shaping the future of Internet Connected TV. 3 Screen Solutions
provides IT solutions for new media, video on demand and IPTV companies with offices and development teams located in Germany and Romania. Broadpeak
designs and manufactures multiplatform broadband delivery solutions for video over IP. Based in France, they provide video servers and content delivery network mediation that can be used by operators to provide VOD and live web TV services to their subscribers. Digisoft.tv
is a provider and innovator of carrier class middleware solutions to the IPTV, Hybrid and Media & Entertainment markets. Headquartered in Ireland, Digisoft’s software platforms provide open, flexible, highly scalable solutions for advanced applications and services. Zenterio
offers pay-TV operators a hardware independent and unified operating system for the delivery of TV and interactive digital services. The company has approximately 80 employees with the main development team based in Sweden and offices in Prague, Milan and US.
Nilo Mitra, President of OIPF says “We welcome 3 Screen Solutions, Broadpeak, Digisoft.tv and Zenterio to the OIPF and look forward to their active participation in the work of the Forum. The collaboration between smaller enterprises and the largest companies in the IPTV industry will certainly deliver valuable shared learning and experience to all our members new and old”.
Small and medium size companies can propose themselves for OIPF membership today by contacting the Secretariat (email@example.com) to initiate the membership process.