Media and entertainment tech company Amino Technologies said it had won a contract from a 'leading' APAC pay-TV operator to provide its propriety software to power original design manufacturer devices. The deal, the first major sale through Amino's new ODM channel, provided solutions tailored to specific markets in partnership with selected design manufacturer devices, the company said. The devices would be deployed in the Asia Pacific region from June 2019. AminoOS powered, deployed and managed connected set-top boxes (STBs) on both Linux and Android TV platforms. 'Amino has a clear strategy to focus on software and services and value-added hardware. AminoOS software is at the heart of this strategy - as we help pay-TV operators meet the demands of modern consumers,' said Donald McGarva, Chief Executive Officer. 'We are delighted that AminoOS software has been selected to power Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) devices for a top-tier pay-TV operator in the Asia Pacific region. This groundbreaking partnership is an example of how we are evolving our business models to support smart, cost effective TV experiences, while retaining device agility and next-generation functionality.' At 8:57am: (LON:AMO) Amino Technologies PLC share price was 0p at 78p
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