More Screens develops Zapily – new MBS white-label IPTV platform
MBS white-label IPTV platform is designed for small and medium-sized fiber network operators who want to add an own TV product to their portfolio. zapily is a fully managed pay-as-you-grow IPTV platform developed in cooperation with regional fiber network operators.
MBS white-label IPTV platform is designed for small and medium-sized fiber network operators who want to add an own TV product to their portfolio. The goal is to simplify the TV entrance for the operators by minimizing the complexity and the entry costs. zapily is a fully managed pay-as-you-grow IPTV platform developed in cooperation with regional fiber network operators. MBS offers an end-to-end solution consisting of a technical IPTV platform and an extensive range of TV channels.
As a white-label IPTV platform, zapily also offers a wide range of options for adapting the visual appearance to the corporate design of the fiber network operator.
The solution runs as a virtual platform and can be used as a smart TV app independently from any set-up box on all newer Android TV, Samsung Tizen, and LG WebOS devices. In addition, zapily offers a self-management tool for the fiber network operator that can be connected to their own ERP system via an API interface.
MBS has chosen More Screens as its partner for the technical implementation of the platform. MBS and More Screens will present zapily at ANGA COM from May 23 – May 25 at Hall 7 in booth C31. You can reserve a meeting time by emailing email@example.com or simply book your appointment via this link.
“By integrating zapily into our existing media infrastructure and together with our broadcast experience, we can offer smaller and medium-sized fiber network operators a product that fills the market gap to already existing products and customer requirements. We are pleased to have found a technical partner in More Screens to support us on this journey.”
“We are delighted to be partnering with MBS to bring a world-class TV-as-a-Service platform for the benefit of small and mid-sized operators,” said Predrag Mandlbaum, More Screens co-founder & CEO. “The launch of zapily will enable those operators especially, to rapidly launch their own pay TV or OTT service without the need to invest in building out their own dedicated infrastructure.”