06.11.2007 02:48 PM
BNS launches Nautilus IPTV middleware

BNS has unveiled its new Nautilus middleware platform designed to power IP-based video services, such as IPTV, Internet TV and MDU IPTV.

Nautilus middleware is quick to deploy and includes all major backend modules, such as billing, content management, scheduling and subscriber management.

Built on a decision tree-based architecture, Nautilus facilitates price and service plan flexibility and high-performance, real-time rating and billing for virtually any IP-based service. This enables operators to shorten the product development cycle and time to market for new service plans.

Based entirely on open standards, Nautilus is a future-proof IPTV platform that works with all IP-STBs, headend equipment and BSS/OSS platforms. It also allows service providers to internalize ongoing IP application developments and support.

For more information, visit: www.bnsltd.com.



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