Broadband TV platform provider Dyyno says its turnkey “TV Everywhere” (TVE) solution, introduced at last week’s NAB Show in Las Vegas, enables content aggregators and cable operators to stream live TV and video on demand (VOD) content to any screen at any level of broadcasting quality up to 1080p HD.

The open standards-based solution can be deployed instantaneously and simultaneously with simple configuration in just one day, streaming across 10 devices, the company adds.? ?The cloud-based Dyyno TVE solution now is used by more than 25 content aggregators and virtual multiple system operators (MSOs) in United States, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia.

Company literature says “the MSOs leverage Dyyno TVE to stream over 500 televised channels and more than 2,000 movies and TV shows on a variety of platforms, including iPad, Samsung Smart TV, Amazon Kindle Fire, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Android STB, Roku, PC, Mac, iPhone and BlackBerry, together reaching over 150 million households today.”

In addition, the Dyyno Android Broadband STB solution lets cable operators  private-label a STB with HDMI and CVBS outputs; expandable EPG; and more than 500,000 Android apps.? 

“With Dyyno, we launched our curated TV channels on Android-based STB, iPad, Roku, Samsung Smart TV and PC in a couple of months, creating a brand new channel that’s bringing us subscribers globally,” notes Alinur Velidedeoglu, president/CEO at of IPWorldTV. “We also offer these streams on iPad and PC for our legacy STB users, and are very pleased with the results and excellent feedback we’ve received from content owners and end users alike.”? ? 

For consumers, key usability aspects of Dyyno TVE include: ?

>> Simplicity: An intuitive user interface with one-click access to “My Channels” and “My Apps.”
>> Flexibility: App and service available on the most popular consumer devices.
>> Preview: Consumers have the ability to preview content before buying.??

The Dyyno TVE solution is available today. There is a one-time development fee of $1,995 with standard branding or $25,000 with full branding on 10 TV platforms; then there is a monthly revenue share.

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