Smart City Television, an affiliate of Smart City Telecom, plans to roll out television service at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Fla., as well as Internet-protocol-TV service with more than 200 video channels in residential neighborhoods in central Florida.
Smart City Television, based in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., is using Tut Systems’ Astria content and video-services-processor headend solutions along with Minerva Networks' iTVManager middleware and Latens Systems’ Foundation conditional-access system. The provider will use Tut’s Astria to convert digital channels to analog signals for hotel viewers.
"In choosing a partner for our IPTV-service launch, we looked for the optimal combination of system reliability and quality, compelling user experience and end-to-end IPTV-integration expertise," Smart City Telecom CEO Marty Rubin said in a prepared statement. "Tut Systems has consistently delivered on each of these with close coordination with their selected third-party solutions to meet our specific requirements."
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