Minerva Expands Multiscreen Apps to Windows 8

June 20, 2013
Minerva Networks is expanding support of its multiscreen applications to include Microsoft Windows 8. The new application is intended to expand Minerva's iTVFusion user experience to smartphones and tablets, including Microsoft's Surface, for multiscreen and TV ...
Minerva Networks is expanding support of its multiscreen applications to include Microsoft Windows 8. The new application is intended to expand Minerva's iTVFusion user experience to smartphones and tablets, including Microsoft's Surface, for multiscreen and TV Everywhere services.Windows 8 will join the existing mobile product lines and is intended to let subscribers browse their EPG and VOD storefront, watch live and on-demand content, as well as control and manage their TV experience. Account and device level content management enable service providers to tailor the user experience based on a subscriber's package and available content rights.

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