IBC 2017: Netgem to offer Amazon Prime Video on virtual STB platform | IPTV | News | Rapid TV News
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Netflix has secured significant advantage through being on cablecos’ EPGs, and as it fights back Amazon Prime Video customers will now able to access the service on set-top-boxes (STBs) and sound boxes equipped with Netgem software with no additional subscription.

Amazon PS3 PS4 7 Sept 2017Netgem regards the partnership with Amazon Prime Video as a major enhancement in a series of international over-the-top (OTT) and linear content partnerships that it has secured for its virtual STB platform, and will confirm it as one of the most compelling home entertainment platforms on the market.

Commenting on the announcement, Sylvain Thevenot, managing director operator solutions for Netgem, said: “Millions of Amazon Prime  customers will be able to access Amazon Prime Video’s library of premium movie and TV shows directly on their TV interface without new equipment, or additional subscription. This will open a significant new market growth opportunity for our operator partners, adopting the latest Netgem Diamond software platform.”