GlobalOne is all set to launch its MiTiVi OTT Platform service for cable operators.
It offers a very engaging user interface with popular categories for live streaming of more than 1000+ channels, Radio , VODs, Education, Movie library, overseas content with live TV and a very user friendly account info link which gives complete information on subscriber access details. Package options and other offers will begin from September 24 th in SCAT India Exhibition 2018, World trade Centre, Mumbai.
This will be India’s Biggest OTT/ IPTV Platform ANYTHING, ANYTIME, ANYWHERE. With a strategic tie up with the government telecom sector in India, ie. MTNL & BSNL, the two PSU access service providers, held 72.54 per cent of the wireline market share. Which implies that there are 88.40 million subscribers to be connected over FTTH and with an available universe to deliver OTT services clubbed with triple play.The company has a global partnership with Tata .The company expects to make profits driving on the volume business.The MiTiVi will come with a set-top box for television. The company is offering the Cable operators to be named as “ Digital Service Providers” and to increase their earning 5 times by the numerous value propositions .
Hemendra Dave, Chief Technical Officer said: MiTiVi has a comprehensive suite of security services designed to ensure that your content is always available to the people who have the rights to view it.
“MITiVi is the platform encourages the consumers to have more choice and flexibility,” said Vishal Shah, CXO
With the launch of MiTiVi, every next Level of growth life will demand different you. In the slew of digital services which can be utilized by a typical MSO/LSO to become a full-fledged DigitalServiceProvider (DSP). The DSP will be provided huge earning opportunity by means of IT/ Telecom support,e-commerce platform and financial services. Global One will allow a cable operator to combat the onslaught of large telcos trying to take over their traditional business on which their livelihood thrives,” said Kaushik Izardar, Chief Operating officer.