Denmark’s Stofa re-ups with SeaChange
SeaChange International announced that Stofa, the second-largest cable operator in Denmark, has signed a multi-year service and maintenance contract for its Adrenalin VOD services.
The new deal built upon the existing relationship between the vendor and cable operator that dated back to 2007.
Stofa is a triple-play operator serving about 400,000 Danish households. In addition to VOD, its Adrenalin supported television services include time-shift TV, a 48-hour catch-up TV service, Web-TV and Web-TV-2-GO, Digital Video Broadcasting-C/IP set-top and personal video recorder services.
To support the range of TV services, Stofa also uses SeaChange’s Casis and Stagis System Information/Program Specific Information platform.
“With 400,000 subscribers, we need to know that our VOD service is stable and reliable and that we can resolve issues without visible impact on subscribers’ enjoyment,” said Thomas Helbo, CTO, Stofa.
Introduced three years ago, Adrenalin is based on an open service-oriented architecture that can scale to serve millions of TV programs, movies and other assets to any video device across multiple network types, either deployed in a network or in a hosted model.