Amino and Agama work together on an Android TV with analytics capabilities

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The integrated products with Android Operator Tier certifications have already been made available by the Maltese service provider GO Malta, allowing for extra user interface and back-office customization for greater control over the user experience. AminoOS, a SaaS platform for centralised device administration, and Amino Engage, a cloud-based service management solution that manages and supports deployed Android TV, are the engines behind Amino’s Operator Ready Android TV. The Amino Amigo 7X device, an Android TV Operator Tier approved Ultra-HD client TV device with tuner choices, is compatible with the solution, claims Amino.

The Amino Operator Ready Android TV solution and Agama Client Device Monitoring (CDM) have been integrated for operators who want Android TV core capabilities but with device lifecycle management and real-time insights on service quality and viewer experience. Video technology company Amino and analytics and video service quality specialist Agama have teamed up to make this integration possible.

Highlights

  • “We are happy to contribute to the success of our customers by providing a video observability solution that helps operators manage their video delivery services as well as providing insights on customer experience. Our integration with Amino has been very smooth and we hope to continue our long standing collaboration and offer other providers a powerful solution mix for their business,” said Johan Görsjö, product and engineering director, Agama.

  • Agama’s video observability solution provides QoE service and customer experience visibility for subscribers. The solution is designed to deliver real-time understanding and insights of the video delivery chain, from the headend to the viewer consuming the video. “One of our main product development objectives is to reduce the complexity of operator service deployments through proven integrations and managed services. Partner integrations like this one with Agama help customers efficiently operate and improve their video services, while simplifying the deployment and management of the increasingly popular Android TV platform. It is satisfying to see our customers continue to innovate and thrive in their markets,” said Amino CEO Donald McGarva.

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