Zenterio’s first commercial launch together with a global system integrator partner

Stockholm February 25, 2013Zenterio, which develops an independent software platform for interactive TV, has launched its first commercial system together with a global system integrator partner. The launch was made together with a Mexican TV operator and marks the first reference case in North America.

Swedish software company Zenterio announced today a large sales and licensing agreement with a global leading System Integrator and a Mexican TV operator. The TV operator has rolled out a green field IPTV hybrid service together with Zenterio OS supporting broadcast IPTV, ATSC terrestrial, VoD and interactive content via IP. The service will be rolled out to 100,000 to 200,000 new users per year. This is an important milestone for Zenterio’s collaboration with global system integrator partners and also to get the first reference case in North America.

“This landmark deal of Zenterio’s first commercial launch together with a global system integrator partner and the fact that we now can contribute to the most advanced TV hybrid solution in the rapidly growing Mexican market is a huge step forward during this exciting expansion period for us,” said Per Skyttvall, CEO of Zenterio.

Marking a new phase for Zenterio, the North American deal is one of several large deals in the works and comes on the heels of the company’s announcement that it is strengthening its leadership with the addition of Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo as Board Chairman and Mats Lindoff as Chief Technology Officer.

For more information please contact Peter Rosenberg, +46 (0) 73 633 34 11 or peros@zenterio.net

About Zenterio
Zenterio develops an independent software platform, “Zenterio OS”, for interactive TV. Zenterio’s software enables a hardware independent operating system for TV client devices that can be used on new and existing hardware. With the Zenterio OS, operators can quickly and cost-effectively provide new interactive services and applications.

Zenterio partners with global system integrators, set-top box suppliers, CA/DRM providers, and chip set manufacturers. The company evolved from the former Nokia Home Communication, which Nokia divested in 2002. Its headquarters are in Stockholm, and its R&D center is in Linköping. The company has sales offices in Prague and Milan. Zenterio is an unlisted company and is mainly owned by private investors. The chairman of the board is former Nokia CEO Mr Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo.

For further information please visit: www.zenterio.com.