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SmartLabs exhibits at NTCA - Fall Conference 2021 & EXPO

Sep. 07, 2021
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SmartLabs, the leading provider of multi-screen, multi-network solutions for video streaming, today announces that it is exhibiting at booth 56 at the NTCA - Fall Conference 2021 & EXPO being held virtually from the 19-22 September 2021. The booth will be manned by Rick Sailor, SmartLabs’ new VP for Business Development in North America.

Rick says: “I’m really looking forward to this show and being able to talk through SmartLabs’ solutions for video streaming and migration. The company has a lot of experience globally with both moving customers from legacy systems and also finding a seamless solution for streaming for operators and the end customer. SmartLabs’ solutions are unlike any others currently available in the US. SmartLabs offers a complete video streaming system from transcoding to middleware and STBs, and I cannot wait to tell visitors to the booth all about it.”

Well-established worldwide, SmartLabs has seven million subscribers and has developed an impressive presence over the past thirteen years, working with brands including Baltcom, Starnet and O2 to name a few. The company has experience of creating solutions that operate on multiple devices, in managed and unmanaged IP, Hybrid DVB+ IP and mobile networks.

We look forward to seeing you!

About SmartLabs

SmartLabs is the leading provider of multi-screen, multi-network solutions for the video streaming market. SmartLabs’ solutions deliver content services to over 7 million subscribers around the globe on multiple devices from SmartTVs to set-top boxes and smartphones. Its client base includes telcos (fixed and mobile), ISPs, cable operators, content and app service providers. SmartLabs partners with leading IPTV market leaders including Google, Widevine, Apple, Samsung, LG and Microsoft. Headquartered in Germany, SmartLabs has offices in the USA, Canada, UK, Cyprus and has been established for over 12 years, creating innovative solutions for the interactive TV market.