Wyplay, software solutions provider for major television operators, announces the nomination of Andy McCool as Head of the Product Strategy team under the responsibility of Dominique Feral, CMO. Andy will be responsible for defining and supporting the Wyplay products and service offerings’ development.
Technicolor has been an early adopter of open platforms and is a major contributor to Frog By Wyplay, according to Coutts. The two companies have a long history of collaboration on millions of deployments at the some of the largest and most innovative operators in Europe.
After Marseille, Montpellier, Sofia Antipolis and Sao Paulo last year, Wyplay, software solutions provider for major TV operators, sets up in Tunisia and opens an office in Tunis, the first in Africa, strengthening its expansion strategy.
To allow us to better grow with new projects, we have decided to design a brand new Wyplay website dedicated to recruitment. You can now find us at job.wyplay.com
In current market conditions tier 2 and tier 3 telecommunication and pay-TV providers operating on a low ARPU markets cannot afford to design a fully customized middleware solution running on expensive high-end STB hardware.
Wyplay, creator of software solutions for Pay- TV operators, announced today that Paris-based Technicolor has become a Frog by Wyplay licensee. Technicolor now integrates Wyplay’s open source middleware in customer premises equipment (CPE) offerings for pay TV operators in key growth markets across Latin America, India and South East Asia.
It is essential for Digital TV operators to secure their content (linear TV, video on-demand, interactive apps…). Digital Pay-TV content security is assured by conditional access systems (CAS) or digital rights management (DRM), and is proposed by companies specializing in this field.