Boss TV selects Claro Enterprise Solutions for network connectivity

Aug. 17, 2020
Interactive live and on-demand TV streaming platform will provide access to over 100 channels of Spanish, English and Italian programming.
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Claro Enterprise Solutions, a global technology services company, this month announced that it is providing the network connectivity infrastructure to support Boss TV, a new TV streaming platform and content distribution model.

Based in Shelby, North Carolina, the Boss TV platform will launch on September 1st, 2020. U.S. customers will have access to over 100 channels of programming in Spanish, English and Italian. All streaming packages will be available in live TV and on-demand formats within the continental United States. A wide range of subscription plans and options will include trial periods for multiple packages.

To enable the streaming platform, Claro Enterprise Solutions has designed an international MPLS network, with state-of-the-art data centers to provide access to local IP backbones within specific countries in Latin America.

The Boss TV Live TV streaming service is immediately available on the Apple Store for iOS devices, the tvOS store exclusive for Apple TV, and the Google Play Store for Android mobile devices, with an expected rollout to select Smart TVs within the year. As the service matures, offerings will expand to include exclusive content from European and Francophone channel catalogues.

"We are delighted to partner with Boss TV to support this unique offering to consumers," said Ariel Cruz, Vice President of Channels at Claro Enterprise Solutions. "This strategic initiative establishes a foundation on which to build a major content distribution network that leverages Boss TV's extensive industry connections."

 "Claro Enterprise Solutions has been a key partner in our revolutionary approach to TV streaming," added Diego Cardona, Chief Technology Officer of Boss TV. "We expect this partnership to become increasingly strategic as we expand our model in terms of broadcasting industry affiliations, demographic reach and programming scope."

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