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Digital TV software provider Oregan Networks has unveiled SparQ, the latest version of its set-top box client middleware solution.

oregan 22 may 2018The SparQ solution matches the Android TV roadmap, built to accommodate regular feature upgrades as required by the Android ecosystem. The solution is offered in conjunction with integration and maintenance services, as well as Oregan’s complementary technology modules for the delivery of DVB and ISDB-T broadcast programming, multicast, personal video recorder, conditional access, device management and analytics with dynamic QoS management.

The update also delivers near real-time device data gathering capabilities, the company said, capturing all significant user, media and network events and states, as they occur. The data is subsequently passed to either a cloud-based or on-premises data aggregator, where it can be accessed and analysed to gain various insights.

“The philosophy behind SparQ transcends many layers of operational and economic benefits, providing the features that MSOs identify as key requirements during consultations with Oregan,” said Mark Perry, CEO of Oregan. “SparQ is a new breed of middleware that is fluid in the way it is developed, evolved and interfaced with other components within the end-to-end ecosystem. It is open and standards-based, whilst also being designed for optimal security and robustness. The SparQ code base has been substantially refined and extended from previous versions of Oregan’s middleware, to enable operators to effectively assimilate unmanaged network content using the latest delivery standards, whilst continuing to leverage managed networks where they exist, hence differentiating in terms of quality of service, experience and convenience.”