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Stoneroos updates STB app for Delta as part of its Partnership Agreement

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Delta Fiber Netherlands,has updated its set-top box (STB) application from Hilversum-based Stoneroos in order to allow multicast IP streaming and to integrate the Metrological App Store.

Delta is an internet, TV and telephony provider in The Netherlands operating under the brands Delta and Caiway,

Stoneroos also updated the UI allowing Delta to inegrate the Metrological App Store, in order to offer Teletext as well as access to premium OTT services, international apps and regional content. The updates goes live for DELTA TV subscribers as per March 25, 2019.

The update is part of a Partnership Agreement between Delta and Stoneroos. Thanks to this cooperation, customers of Deltacan expect on the best possible digital television services.

Stoneroos developed a large number of functionalities for the STB, that went live in January 2018. Packages offered by Delta include over 140 live TV channels, many of which have ‘replay TV’, allowing users to re-start live programmes and a full seven day ‘catch up’ TV service. Up to 250 hours of n-PVR storage is also provided, ensuring customers can record their favourite content. The service also offers the Stoneroos patented TV guide (also known as EPG, Electronic Program Guide).

Currently, Delta offers with the Delta TV app an OTT product (Over-The-Top), which is connected to the Amino MOVE platform, allowing customers to watch digital television on a wide range of devices, such as laptops, desk computers, smartphones and tablets, anytime, anywhere. Delta is supplying its customers the Amino’s 6 series 4K/UHD compatible IPTV device.



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