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Batelco’s BlackBox Pioneers Broadband TV in Bahrain using Oregan’s Digital TV Middleware Platform

Oregan Networks, the leading British IPTV software and systems specialist, announces that Batelco, the largest telecom operator and ISP in Bahrain, has based the country’s first broadband video service on Set Top Boxes, using Oregan’s technology. Through the BlackBox video service, Batelco offers the full spectrum of benefits of its advanced fibre optic backbone infrastructure, which now includes delivery of high quality premium video content.

Oregan’s software inside the BlackBox devices enables advanced IPTV and web features, including:

  • Streaming of full HD on-demand and linear video
  • Catch-up TV
  • Interactive Programming Guide
  • Time shifting and personal video recording
  • Keyword-based search.

Oregan’s Onyx media browser is integrated as the consumer-facing User Experience component of Batelco’s end-to-end video delivery and subscriber management system.

Oregan’s VP Market Strategy Milya Timergaleyeva commented, ‘The Batelco IPTV deployment is an ambitious initiative that drives the evolution of the telecoms business in Bahrain and catalyses faster broadband adoption – by giving subscribers a simple reason to sign up. Oregan are proud to be the technology of choice that defines the IPTV user experience and, as such, is part of Batelco’s diversification and customer acquisition efforts’.

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About Oregan Networks Ltd

Oregan Networks provides an open software platform for delivery of Over the Top and managed video services. The company specialises in development, optimisation and security of lightweight embedded software inside connected broadcast receivers and smart TVs.

Oregan has delivered rich internet media connectivity inside multiple millions of devices created by leading telecoms and retail brands, such as Sony, Philips, Telefonica, Batelco, Dixons, Sharp and NTT.

Oregan’s headquarters and primary R&D centre are located in London, UK, with branch offices in Korea, Taiwan and Argentina. More information is available at www.oregan.net.

Trademark Notice - Oregan Networks, Oregan Media Browser and Onyx are trademarks of Oregan Networks Ltd. All other trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective holders.

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