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“Very few have lower latency” claims Anevia on Zapi TV

Just three months ago, a consortium of smallish Spanish operators quietly formed a united front to defend against the changing media landscape in Spain, together launching a new OTT video offering called Zapi TV. Anything resembling modesty has since dissipated and now the start-up service aims to bag 600,000 subscribers in Q1 2020 with a multi-platform approach that includes Android TV operator tier set tops. At the time of launch, Zapi TV selected a technology stack comprising US digital security specialist Verimatrix, French video processing vendor Anevia, UX expert Mirada, and electronics firm SEI Robotics. But this week, Anevia pushed out a new press release boasting about Zapi TV deploying a full suite of low latency video technology. A contract…

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