Media and entertainment technology group Amino Technologies said Tuesday it had won a contract from US telecommunications provider Waverly Utilities to supply its Amino OS software allowing the latter to roll out am 'enhanced' pay-TV video experience. Under the agreement, Amino would supply Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA)-enabled IPTV devices and its Amino OS software. Waverly selected AminoOS powered Kamai 650M IPTV devices because 'they enable delivery of the required MoCA connectivity,' the company said. 'We need MoCA to take advantage of the existing coax cable deployed in many homes to provide high bandwidth throughput - which is perfect for video. Not only does taking advantage of existing coax give us greater efficiency in deploying the boxes, but it gives our subscribers a better user experience when enjoying real-time TV events such as live sports,' said Jeff Magsamen, Waverly Utilities' CEO. At 9:48am: (LON:AMO) Amino Technologies PLC share price was +1.5p at 87.5p
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