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Tata Sky and Skyworth Digital Collaborates for Bringing Next Generation Set-Top-Box to India

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Skyworth Digital, Shenzhen based world’s largest ODM for set-top-boxes, has been selected by Tata Sky, India’s leading pay-TV and over-the-top (OTT) provider, to supply its newest DVB-S2 set-top box.

Skyworth Digital continues to develop its network of strategic technology partners throughout the pay-tv ecosystem, to enable operators to not only reduce the time-to-market to launch leading-edge solutions but to simplify their delivery too, with integrated and pre-certified products.

Yigs Riza, Chief Technology Officer, Tata Sky said, “We believe in working with the best in the industry as we owe that to our subscribers. Skyworth has been working successfully in this field with growing reliability and innovations. We look forward to this partnership, to continue bringing high-quality devices to our subscribers, making consuming content a delightful experience.”

Stephen Hau, SVP International of Skyworth Digital said: “Thanks to Tata Sky’s trust, we are honored to be their partner. Skyworth has been delivering set-top box and broadband products to India for over ten years, and have established significant sales and service presence in the region. Skyworth hopes to grow together with Tata Sky in India, a dynamic and rapidly-growing market, to provide high-quality and cost-effective products for the region.

Skyworth Digitalis exhibiting its latest STB and OTT solutions at IBC, RAI Amsterdam from 14-18 September,in Hall 1stand D15.

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