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March 01, 2013

Tulix Systems Continues to Register Growth in its IPTV Business

By Raju Shanbhag, TMCnet Contributor

A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a major tool for service providers looking to offer enhanced content delivery services to their clients. A CDN offers advantages such as reduced delivery costs, enhanced capacity and scale, lower network latency and packet loss, and much improved usage analytics.

Tulix Systems, a provider of IPTV (News - Alert) solutions, has witnessed considerable growth in its IPTV business. The company provides IPTV solutions for various domains such as embedded website applications, content portals, channel aggregators and SmartTVs.

According to the firm, inexpensive bandwidth and high-quality streaming services are essential for an IPTV services to work well. The company provides CDN and IPTV application components which are required for the development of business models for its clients.

The company claims to have a grasp on the CDN and the IPTV application components that are required for IPTV solutions. It provides features such as single source encoding, device-specific authentication, strategic build-out, bandwidth and viewership analytics, and many more.

Tulix Systems provides a linear programming solution that allows users to have their own Internet broadcast channel (TV or radio). The rates of the company are inexpensive, and the implementation of the solution is hassle free.

“Effective IPTV services require a range of application components used to build a practical IP television service,” said Mark Myslinski, Sales and Business Development at Tulix Systems. “That is why Tulix has developed a number of key IPTV application components including a playlist generator enabling a linear stream to be derived from VOD assets, online DVR, satellite linking for linear channel extensions, time-shifting for global primetimes, monetization and analytics.”

In 2012, the company offered a plan named "Tulix Media Base," which provided media storage facilities with unlimited bandwidth at $10 per 1 GB of space per month.

Edited by Braden Becker

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