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Service Electric Cablevision, which offers Internet, TV and phone residential and commercial services in Pennsylvania, has chosen TiVo’s Next-Gen Platform to update its services.

tivo 14 feb 2018“With TiVo’s Next-Gen platform, our customers will now enjoy a superior, feature-rich and personalised user experience that they can take along with them across their devices,” said Scott Young, director of marketing at Service Electric Cablevision. “Service Electric Cablevision remains committed to bringing the best entertainment experiences to our subscribers, and TiVo’s future-proof solutions give us the flexibility to rapidly address the evolving needs of our customers and to grow with our user base.”

The update will give subscribers advanced search and recommendations, conversation voice control, as well as the integration of content across linear, on-demand, DVR and over-the-top (OTT) platforms on any screen. With versatile deployment options across QAM and IPTV, TiVo’s solutions will power a host of clients including managed set-top boxes (STBs), iOS and Android mobile devices. Additionally, TiVo’s Flex-Mode Software on hybrid STBs will allow Service Electric Cablevision to leverage its existing infrastructure while seamlessly integrating IP video and OTT content.

“We are excited to bring our game-changing entertainment solutions to Service Electric Cablevision subscribers,” said Michael Hawkey, SVP and GM, user experience, TiVo. “As a trusted partner, TiVo is laser-focused on helping operators stay ahead of the competition in an ever-changing video market with our robust product portfolio that provides flexibility, scalability and rapid feature velocity.”