Telefonica has launched Oregan-powered Over the Top video service as part of an integrated strategy to deploy a new compelling entertainment offering and grow the the high speed broadband subscriber base in multiple geographical markets. The innovation targets created a need for a new, more flexible, approach to the video delivery platform design allowing Telefonica to embrace the possibilities of internet networks, web technologies and hybrid broadcast applications.
As Telefonica expanded its operations across Latin America, the necessity to create a uniform video delivery platform that can scale the number of applications fast and be easily adapted to each country’s specifics became the lynch pin of its operational efficiency. For the telecom operator of Telefonica’s magnitude, the use of disparate systems and brands became inefficient, slowing down new feature development and thus reducing the competitive strength of the operator. Oregan's digital TV expertise and software were enlisted to enable Telefonica's LATAM and Pan-European Over the Top strategy through a single "global" Software Development Kit.
High Definition Internet Media Player
DPS 1000 is an Onyx-powered STB manufactured by Korea-based Consumer Electronics brand Digital Stream. The new device offers a simple way for consumers to stream UK's popular Internet video services and music, as well as accessing photo sharing and social networking sites on their televisions.
Media browser and BBC iPlayer for living room TVs
Oregan launched the Onyx browser to retail consumers as technology powering the high profile, industry first connected TV featuring UK's pioneering BBC iPlayer catch-up service, as well as an array of other free-to-view web video services. The TV is also equipped with digital rights management technology, allowing delivery of premium Hollywood content services Entertainment, news and social networking services such as Twitter, are accessed on-screen through an animated carousel, and dynamically updated as soon as new information, content or messages become available via the Internet connection. Based on consumer feedback gathered through dedicated end-user forums, new applications are regularly deployed to iViewer via remote download.
Internet and Media browser for Playstation 2
Oregan was contracted by SCEE to port its middleware and TV browser onto Sony PlayStation 2, enabling online multiplayer gaming functionality as well as enhancing the console's interactivity and entertainment features. The solution equips Sony with interactive marketing tools, enabling it to build a global online community of PlayStation enthusiasts on the Central Station portal and promote new game releases.
VOD client and TV browser for Pay TV
Oregan was engaged by Philips ITV to develop a customized version of its TV browser and VOD client. Oregan's software is embedded on the latest generation Video over IP module, installed in Philips hotel Pay TV and institutional TV deployments worldwide. Oregan's solution provides delivery of VOD and IPTV content from a Kasenna video server, in addition to Internet web browsing and interactive services.
IPTV client and TV Browser for broadband video services
Oregan provides IPTV client and TV browser technology used in STBs deployed by telecommunications giant NTT, for delivery of video over IP services on high-speed xDSL networks in Japan. Oregan's software provides a comprehensive solution for Japanese market requirements, including keyboard Input Method Editors and predictive text input solutions that mirror the human interface of a Japanese iMode phone.