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South Korean smart-device manufacturer Innopia Technologies is to launch an HDMI-based streaming media device featuring Vewd OS.
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The idea is to give pay-TV operators a way to face new challenges from OTT and to attract and retain subscribers.

“Vewd OS brings operators flexibility, control and deep customisation options,” said Heewon Park, president, Innopia. “With this HDMI streaming media player, operators can offer the latest OTT services without costly hardware or software updates. It’s ready to go immediately, offering the shortest possible time to market for operators who need new streaming options to reduce churn and grow their customer base. We’re excited to bring this product to market at a major inflection point for operators who seek new ways to increase subscribers while retaining control.”

Vewd OS allows operators to place their own OTT service front and centre, using Vewd’s global reach and content relationships. Furthermore, device management is simplified through a cloud-based back office, which reduces cost and offers a broad range of customisation, monetisation and analytics tools.

“The combination of a modern, customisable streaming experience with an innovative, easy-to-deploy form factor is an easy choice for operators seeking growth,” said Aneesh Rajaram, CEO, Vewd. “Vewd OS is the most flexible smart TV OS on the market today, underscored by its deployment on Innopia’s cost-efficient form factor. [The new device], together with Vewd OS, delivers everything Pay TV operators need to launch new services they control, reduce churn and attract new subscribers.”

The streaming media device will be available in full HD and UHD in the second half of 2019.