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KartinaTV Deploys Friendly Technologies’ TR-069 Solution to Manage IPTV OTT Services

By employing Friendly’s device management solution, KartinaTV can reduce service calls and improve IPTV Quality of Experience for subscribers worldwide. Friendly Technologies enables KartinaTV to remotely control and manage its entire IPTV service life cycle.

Oct 22 2013, 8:08am CDT | by PR.com

KartinaTV Deploys Friendly Technologies’ TR-069 Solution to Manage IPTV OTT Services
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Ramat Gan, Israel, October 22, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Friendly Technologies, a leading provider of optimized device and home management solutions for fixed and mobile operators, has been chosen by KartinaTV, a leading IPTV company, to manage the complete IPTV service life cycle. Service includes zero-touch installation of Set-Top boxes, network upgrades and remote troubleshooting.

“We are proud to be working with KartinaTV, an innovative media company providing a successful and growing IPTV OTT service, and an industry leader in online TV. As the IPTV OTT market gains momentum, Friendly Technologies is leveraging its expertise and comprehensive range of products to address this market's unique needs,” said Mr. Nir Ezer, VP Sales & Marketing at Friendly Technologies.

“By introducing Friendly’s solution, we successfully manage our entire IPTV STB life cycle, providing subscribers with a more holistic approach ─ an online TV solution that is convenient, reliable, with a higher Quality of Experience,” said Mr. Dimitri Dietrich, CTO of KartinaTV. “Friendly's TR-069 solution enables us to deploy mass scale IPTV OTT service to 22 million potential customers around the globe.”

Friendly’s will be demonstrating its optimized device management solutions this week at the Broadband World Forum in Amsterdam, from October 22nd to 24th (Booth #B35). To schedule a face-to-face meeting, please contact Edith Grassiani at: edith.grassiani@friendly-tech.com

About KartinaTV
KartinaTV is designed for Russian-speaking individuals around the world who want to enjoy their favorite TV stations, native to Russia, the Ukraine, Armenia and other countries throughout the former Soviet Union. KartinaTV offers over 150 live Russian-language channels, over 2,000 on-demand movies, and a large selection of High Definition channels. KartinaTV allows customers to watch programs using an existing Internet connection or by purchasing a receiver that enables customers to view programs on TV. www.kartina.tv

About Friendly Technologies
Friendly Technologies provides optimized device management and customer experience solutions for fixed and mobile operators. Our Friendly solutions streamline and simplify the entire broadband service life cycle, enabling operators to gain higher customer satisfaction while reducing operational costs. www.friendly-tech.com

Contact Information:
Friendly Technology
Ms. Edith Grassiani
00972 3 7539000
Contact via Email
www.friendly-tech.com

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