Portugal's NOS Partners with ARRIS for New 4K Services

Portugal's NOS Partners with ARRIS for New 4K Services Image Credit: Arris

NOS, Portugal's broadband and TV service provider has selected the ZD4500 set-top from ARRIS International for its new 4K service launch. The new 4K service is touted to offer the highest-quality entertainment experience in the country, allowing consumers to take full advantage of the growing accessibility of 4K TVs as well as new 4K movies and sports broadcasts.

This deployment is the latest in a series of strategic projects between NOS and ARRIS to deliver industry-leading broadband and TV services across Portugal, positioning NOS for success in a highly competitive market. 

According to ARRIS, the ZD4500 set-top integrates with a new RDK 2.1-based application framework from Espial and NOS's new immersive user interface to offer an intuitive and exciting entertainment experience for NOS subscribers. The set-top features High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) - next-generation compression technology that is twice as efficient as current video delivery standards - to provide 4K content that offers a life-like viewing experience with four times the resolution of full HD and unprecedented frame rates and colour depth. 

Pedro Bandeira, Development Director, NOS
ARRIS is our long-term, strategic partner for delivering new broadband and TV services in Portugal, and brings leadership in RDK, 4K and advanced DOCSIS solutions to our latest, transformative service. For the transition to 4K video, we selected ARRIS's HEVC set-tops to unite our new application framework and user interface and bring our subscribers the future of TV.

Steve McCaffery, Managing Director of International Sales and Business Operations for ARRIS's International Business Operations Group
Our close collaboration with NOS ensures a seamless integration of hardware, application framework, and UI as we usher in a new 4K era for Portugal.

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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