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Ina chooses Anevia for its transition to IPTV

France’s Inatheque, the head office of the National Audiovisual Institute in charge of Copyright Registration for Radio and Television, takes a pioneering move by selecting Anevia to broadcast and archive TV channels.

Paris , 29rd April 2008

Anevia, a leading solution provider for video over IP with FLAMINGO DVB to IP gateways and TOUCAN VOD /nPVR servers, today announced that it deployed its innovative products within Ina.

With a 70-year-old experience in TV, 50,000 programmes added each year, 3 million hours archived and receiving a hundred of 24/24 TV channels for copyright registration, Ina becomes a leading company in the field of VOD and TV archiving.

Like major telecom operators, Ina requires first-rate reliability, availability and storage capacity. In this respect, it chose Anevia’s expertise to take the technological leap towards quality of service and mass archiving for professional users as well as the general public.

Ina also selected Anevia on the following grounds:

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– reduced investment and servicing costs thanks to a high level of technological integration of Anevia’s products: one Anevia FLAMINGO replaces several traditional devices (IRDs and encoders);

– a higher capacity of treatment and optimal archiving: one Anevia FLAMINGO can broadcast up to 60 TV channels at a time;

– a continuous and reliable service thanks to an architecture created for the most demanding telecom operators;

– a smooth transition to full-IP while preserving previous investments.

” Ina’s move to IPTV establishes the full-IP approach in the video market. Anevia has been selected for its innovative solution, which meets the need of demanding telecom operators for reliable, easy-to-integrate, and powerful products”, said Vincent Meddour, account manager France at Anevia.

About Anevia

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Anevia is a solution provider, specialized in the video component of Triple Play — IPTV, VoD, Catch-Up TV and network PVR.

Anevia’s added value lies in its innovative software solution, which combines broadband and television.

Anevia’s VoD/nPVR TOUCAN servers and DVB to IP FLAMINGO gateways are compact, cheap and easy to deploy.

Anevia services more than 300 clients across 50 different countries.

For more information please visit http://www.anevia.com/

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