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Espial Announces Latest Release of its IPTV Middleware

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Canadian digital TV software provider, Espial , last week announced the latest release of its Evo TV Service Platform IPTV middleware. According to the company, the new release offers: Three-screen support for new VOD and subscription management services from PC's and mobile phones. Personalized UI advertising, allowing operators to build targeted advertising campaigns that include static, clickable and video ads. Timeshift-TV services, allowing subscribers to take advantage of network-based start-over TV, catch-up TV and pause-live-TV...

Canadian IPTV Technology Provider, Espial, Signs US VOD Reseller Deal with Power & Tel

Espial , the Canadian DTV software company that last year acquired US IPTV and VOD technology provider, Kasenna (note: the deal valued Kasenna, which had raised $90 million in funding since its launch in 2000, at around $6.5 million), announced Thursday that it has signed a reseller agreement with Power & Tel, that calls for the latter to resell the Espial MediaBase VOD platform (a product that the company acquired through the Kasenna purchase) to...

Espial Releases Version 9.0 of its MediaBase VOD Platform

--Says New Version Extends Support for Cable Ops, Offers Significant Performance Increases
Espial , the Canadian digital TV software company which last year bought US IPTV and video-on-demand technology provider, Kasenna (note: the deal valued Kasenna, which had raised $90 million in funding since its launch in 2000, at around $6.5 million), will today announce the release of version 9.0 of the MediaBase VOD platform that it acquired through the Kasenna purchase. According to the company, Espial MediaBase 9.0 extends the platform's support for cable operators and...

Japan's Buffalo Taps Espial to Power New Hybrid Set-Top Box

Espial , the Canadian DTV software company which last year acquired US IPTV and VOD technology provider, Kasenna (note: the deal valued Kasenna, which had raised $90 million in funding since its launch in 2000, at around $6.5 million), will announce today that Japan's Buffalo , Inc. has licensed its Evo Client middleware for its recently launched LT-H90DTV hybrid set-top box, and is also using its support, development and integration services. According to Espial, the...

Espial Acquires Kasenna

--Motorola to Resell the Espial Evo TV Service Platform Canadian IPTV middleware provider, Espial, has acquired Kasenna, a
US-based provider of IPTV and VOD technologies that has raised $90
million in funding since its launch in 2000, for an aggregate of
4,722,224 Espial common shares (i.e. around $6.5 million). According
to Espial (which saw its first-quarter revenues decline year-over-year
from CAN$2.2 million to CAN$1.3 million), combining its operations
with Kasenna's will result in a number of strong synergies, including: An increased number of tier-1 video service provider customers, a
combined footprint of over 100 customers worldwide with no overlap,
and a combined 2.4 million-plus IPTV licenses in deployment for one

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