Concurrent will be demonstrating its three-screen video offerings at the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo next week.

Concurrent said its video offerings were designed to help broadband operators deliver high-quality video to TVs, PCs and mobile devices and include the software necessary for census-level data collection and advanced advertising.

"Consumers today have more choices than ever about when and where to access video content and are actively exploring ways to complement their traditional television viewing," said Dan Mondor, president and CEO of Concurrent. "Concurrent's technology helps broadband operators create compelling video applications and high-quality content experiences, accessible across multiple devices; these are differentiating services that drive subscriber growth and create new revenue opportunities."

Concurrent’s three-screen technology offerings at Expo include:

  • Video to the PC and video to the mobile device
  • Advanced video applications such as time-shifted television and video-on-demand
  • MDAS media data management, interactivity, operational reporting and advanced advertising
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