HBC selects Espial’s Elevate Platform to offer App-based TV services to set-tops, Roku and mobile devices
Elevate is a multi-tenant software-as-a-service (SaaS) video platform allowing operators to manage, deliver, and monetize compelling video experiences. The platform offers consumers a rich user interface with voice-based navigation, discovery, and viewing of traditional content and streaming services like Netflix and YouTube. Elevate provides operators with cloud tools for their operations, marketing, support, and engineering team – including analytics, promotions, segmentation, and diagnostics. More information is available at www.espial.com.
Ottawa, Canada – May 7, 2018 – Espial announced today that Eagle Communications, a leading provider of high-speed internet, digital TV, telephone, and commercial services based in Hays, Kansas has signed an agreement to license Espial’s Elevate SaaS video platform. With Elevate, video customers get a branded intuitive experience, advanced voice control, and easy access to OTT services including Netflix and YouTube.
Ottawa, Ontario – February 22, 2018 – Espial® Group Inc. (“Espial” or the “Company”), (TSX:ESP), today announced its fourth quarter financial results for the three-month period ended December 31, 2017. Click here to access Espial’s fourth quarter results.
Recently rebranded Espial platform spawned from acquisition of Arris’s Whole Home Solutions business via Multichannel News Wurl TV, a provider of OTT “channels” that can be integrated into a MVPD’s set-top guide interface, said it has wrapped its integration with “Elevate,” a platform from Espial that was derived from Espial’s acquisition last year of […]
Tele Columbus, the German MSO with about 3.6 million cable-connected homes, has introduced “advanceTV,” a multiscreen pay TV offering that will integrate over-the-top video, support 4K video and rely on RDK-based boxes from Humax with Espial’s ‘G4” client. Espial, which is also baking in its cloud-based Media Services Platform, also served as the master system […]
Via Techopia The past couple of months for Espial have been huge. It began in June when the video experience software experts announced they would soon acquire the ARRIS Whole Home Solution, giving Espial access to an end-to-end cloud-hosted video service. Fast forward to this past week, and Espial has launched its latest product based […]