DishTV choses Wyplay to provide middleware and value-added service to STBs

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DishTV has selected WyPlay, the software solution provider of Pay TV to provide its Frog Turnkey Middleware and associated class leading value added services on their STBs.


"Being the pioneer and market leader, DishTV select Wyplay as our future middleware partner. Wyplay enables DishTV in delivering class leading value added services on both one-way and connected STB's with their expertise, innovative technologies and a holistic approach to customer engagement that is fully in line with DishTV’s driving purpose to provide “Service with a Passion”. This is an ultimate move made towards ensuring customer engagement and satisfaction,” said Mr. V.K. Gupta, Chief Operating Officer, DishTV about the new partnership.

With Frog Turnkey solution, Dish TV’s customers will have access to a complete end-to-end offering from back-end broadcast services to an advanced client managing Live TV, Record, Push VOD and Interactive Applications.

Being an innovator in software solutions for TV operators, WyPlay integrates its browser-based middleware on new generation set-top boxes, customizes its HTML5 user interface, delivers easy-to-use & smooth user experience and provide an overall enhanced performance in terms of flexibility, fluidity, speed, and responsiveness.

“After several months of assessment and preparation, we are now confident that all conditions needed for a successful international expansion of Frog Turnkey solution are in place, especially in terms of collaboration with STB manufacturers supporting our solution. We are now in the home stretch before the deployment of our offering, and excited about prospective for development in this new unique market,” commented Jacques Bourgninaud, Chief Executing Officer, Wyplay.

“We are thrilled to partner with DishTV, Asia’s largest DTH company, in delivering a brand new customer experience to its subscribers,” he added.

Frog Turnkey solution incorporates all features required for traditional linear broadcast TV consumption, on-demand contents, applications distributed over the Internet, backend components and a modern user experience.

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