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US pay-TV provider Cincinnati Bell has begun to migrate its legacy IPTV devices to the Enable TV software platform from Amino Communications.

The operator provides integrated communications solutions – including local and long distance voice, data, high-speed Internet and video – to residential and business customers in Greater Cincinnati and Dayton. The upgrade is intended to give entertainment customers of the firm’s Fioptics package a rich media interface and advanced applications.

The Enable TV software platform is designed to offer a rich native C and HTML5 development environment providing operators with flexibility to integrate their choice of TV middleware, applications and security solutions. It is also attributed with giving operators the freedom to update TV user interface, applications and DRM on legacy devices without roll-out of new hardware to consumer’s homes.

“We’re delighted to present our subscriber base with a fresh user interface and new media choices without the time-consuming logistics associated with a complete hardware replacement,” commented Cincinnati Bell chief technology officer, Tom Simpson. “With Amino’s long history of successful deployments powered by Enable TV software, we were confident that Enable was the right choice for our customers.”