Advanced Digital Broadcast (ADB) has signed an agreement with Bulgarian telecommunications operator CableTEL-Eurocom for the delivery of an advanced cable solution offering TV with ADB’s Carbo user interface and interactive capabilities.

The ADB solution includes home networking functionalities and will come with an array of advanced applications such as over-the-top video, VOD, media player and USB time-shift. These new applications will be made available over time through simple over-the-air upgrades of the installed devices.

ADB’s solution for CableTEL-Eurocom will run on the ADB-2840C set-top box, a platform optimized for companies wishing to migrate their subscribers to HD digital TV, and progressively enhance their services as their market matures.

François Pogodalla, CEO of ADB said in a statement, “This new agreement marks ADB’s entry into Bulgaria and our continued success in delivering hybrid solutions in Eastern Europe. The platform chosen by CableTEL-Eurocom combines content from both traditional broadcast and broadband networks with advanced interactive services.”

CableTEL-Eurocom is a Bulgarian national telecommunications operator offering integrated communication services – analog and digital TV, Internet and telephony, over its national optical network.

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