In 2019 Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) has selected a proven partner ecosystem to deploy its Personalised Entertainment Option (PEO) TV Go, the latest TV Everywhere solution complementing its pioneering IPTV service, SLT PEO TV.
The integration and combined experience of Beenius, Broadpeak and Verimatrix helped SLT rapidly transition to a more advanced and secure video delivery platform. Beenius provided the OTT delivery platform, and Broadpeak brought its CDN and video-on-demand solutions. At the same time, Verimatrix provided its advanced Multi-DRM solution to harmonize native DRM on all device types for the PEO TV Go application.
In 2020 Beenius successfully appended the value service of Targeted TV advertising provided by partner Castoola.
As a media system integrator and interactive TV solution provider, Beenius is committed to supporting operators that want to rollout innovative new video services. SLT’s PEO TV Go offers consumption of TV content on all available devices, managed from a single platform. Close collaboration with our partners brings aggregated value to the project in terms of a unified user experience across OTT devices, security and simplicity of consumption and application on the go.
Filip Remškar, CEO of Beenius
2019To meet the growing consumer demand for video content on every screen, SLT needed a scalable and efficient video streaming solution. Over the last four years, we’ve worked closely with SLT to grow and perfect its PEO TV IPTV offering for VOD and catch-up TV services. We are very proud to accompany them now with their PEO TV Go offer addressing companion devices. Using our BkS350 origin packager and BkS400 video cache server, SLT can handle a massive streaming capacity in adaptive bitrate formats and deliver a high quality of service for live, VOD and catch-up applications on all screens.
2019The Sri Lankan pay-TV market is highly competitive, so we worked alongside key industry players to understand SLT’s network needs and enable a rapid deployment of our Multi-DRM solution. SLT opted to deploy Multi-DRM as a software-as-a-service to help reduce CAPEX while addressing the growing complexity of managing multiple devices with native DRMs. This positions them to easily add different network types and devices in the future.