Starhub Launches Netlix HD on Fiber TV Service

4 May 2016
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StarHub recently launched Netflix as a subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) offering on its Fiber TV Service leveraging NAGRA’s set-top box reference platform and operator-controlled security technology.

The new “StarHub TV on Fibre” service that will support the new Netflix service up to 1080p, allows subscribers to enjoy the same programming line-up, range of interactive services and user experience offered on the operator’s cable network. StarHub TV on Fibre gives subscribers access to the operator’s cable TV line-up of over 200 channels with features such as start-over and catch-up, as well as to a variety of interactive applications including weather, traffic, stock market updates, karaoke on-demand, and news using an IPTV set-top box. 

According to NAGRA, its MediaLive multiscreen, OpenTV 5 connectware and anyCAST CONNECT content protection solutions enable the largest pay TV operator in Singapore to seamlessly deploy its latest digital TV offering on a brand-new all-IP network.

Lin Shu Fen, Head of Entertainment & SmartLife, StarHub
As more households connect to the nationwide fibre network, StarHub TV on Fibre enables us to continue providing our customers with the next-generation entertainment experience. 

Jean-Luc Jezouin, NAGRA’s SVP Sales for the Asia-Pacific region
Our MediaLive, OpenTV 5 connectware and anyCAST solutions provide them with a robust and secure foundation in making this a reality and now they can maximize their investment and reinforce their brand by delivering their range of innovative services and applications to even more consumers, in a seamless way.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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