Edgeware deploys in Mexico

In Mexico, Televisa has deployed new Edgeware TV Servers to increase its content delivery network (CDN) capacity and add new time-shift ...

NexPlayer, Edgeware take on streaming video latency
NexPlayer, Edgeware take on streaming video latency

In Mexico, Televisa has deployed new Edgeware TV Servers to increase its content delivery network (CDN) capacity and add new time-shift features to its video service. The new time-shift capabilities will be deployed for more than 500,000 subscribers across 100 channels, enabling its viewers to pause and rewind up to three hours of TV. The expansion is also intended to enable viewers of the operator's Izzi TV service to migrate from an older platform.

"Our viewers expect the best TV service available," said Carlos Eduardo Romero, video and hubs director at Izzi. "Having the convenience and flexibility to pause and rewind live TV is another example of how online TV has moved beyond traditional TV and delivers our customers a more engaging viewing experience."

Televisa has deployed new Edgeware TV Servers to increase its CDN capacity, while the new time-shift features will also take advantage of existing servers that are already deployed in the Televisa network, using their cache memory as a circular buffer to store programs across many channels.

"We're delighted to continue to grow our relationship with one of the largest TV providers in Mexico," said Karl Thedeen, CEO at Edgeware. "This project is another example of how our existing customers continue to enhance their online TV services, adding new capacity, capabilities and enhancing their viewers' experience."

Televisa's new system was delivered and implemented in Q3 2018.

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