Customer Success Stories

Anevia’s IPTV, VOD, OTT, and multiscreen solutions have been successfully deployed by telecom operators, cable service providers, broadcasters, system integrators  around the world. Read below some of our case studies.


CANAL Plus (France)

Always committed to bring new and enhanced services to their subscribers, Canal+ has consistently been a pioneer in video delivery. As part of their new multiscreen service, 125 live SD and HD channels are now delivered to viewers across metropolitan France, the Caribbean, the Indian Ocean and Pacific regions through a broad range of both fixed and mobile devices and in a variety of video formats including Apple® HLS and Microsoft® Smooth Streaming. The Canal+ choice to deploy Anevia was driven … READ MORE.


Globecast (France)

global content management company Globecast has chosen Anevia’s ViaMotion solutions suite – Packager, origin and Edge – to support its new Over-The-Top (OTT) modular solutions. The new platform pairs high-performance with … READ MORE.



In order to offer new, enhanced services to the French market, Numericable was looking to scale up its head-ends to deliver ABR and multiscreen video. After detailed competitive reviews, the operator selected Anevia’s Viamotion as the software of choice to be the cornerstone of its new ABR platform. Premium content security is critical to such ABR deployments and Numericable required a solution able to integrate with multiple … READ MORE.



Francetv Pluzz is a highly popular TV portal in France, where 5 premium channels (France 2, France 3, France 4, France 5 and France Ô) and 9 overseas channels content can be viewed and shared on demand. The strategic importance of managing this platform in-house due to time-to-market and technology control purposes led France Télévisions to select the ViaMotion Plus from Anevia.ViaMotion’s flexible architecture was a clear driver behind the public broadcaster’s decision as it allows them to … READ MORE


Truevisions (Thailand)

As part of Truevisions’ new multiscreen service, 70 live SD and 20 HD channels are available to viewers in Thailand via a wide range of devices and in a variety of video formats. ViaMotion’s flexible architecture was a clear driver behind the public broadcaster’s decision as it allows Truevisions to gain … READ MORE.


VOLIA (Ukraine)

Volia has deployed the ViaMotion together with Minerva iTVFusion to deliver more than 130 live channels with enriched Catchup and VOD services to any type of device. Such advanced TV services have cemented Volia’s rapid emergence as a key player in the region and helped to bring … READ MORE.

Anevia vignette (Switzerland), a Triple Play Service Provider owned by a group of cable operators in Switzerland, has implemented ViaDemand from Anevia. Thanks to this carrier-grade, on-demand video platform, netplus subscribers now have access to non-linear services such as Start-over TV, Pause TV, nPVR across 120 channels and 7 day replay on 42 channels.” …READ MORE.



” Founded in 1939, Arkwest Communications has been a pioneering telco for almost 70 years. With this VoD platform, Arkwest is looking to capitalize on a new platform to guarentee its service continuity and provide its current subscribers and new customers alike with an excellent video service that will include over 5,000 on-demand assets from multiplatform video service provider, Vubiquity. Arkwest Communications selected … READ MORE.


Industry Telcom Company (USA)

“Anevia, a leader in video streaming and infrastructure solutions for OTT, live TV and video-on-demand today announced that Texas based telecommunications provider Industry Telephone Company (ITC) has launched a comprehensive multiscreen service leveraging Anevia’s ViaMotion technology. ITC’s continued desire to bring the very best of TV technology to its 2000 subscribers led the company to select ViaMotion as the cornerstone of a new, over-the-top service. The ViaMotion Streamer meets the need for a … READ MORE.



SBB-Telemach group is the leading cable-operator and internet services provider (ISP) in the Balkans region with subscribers in Serbia, Bosnia and Slovenia. The group offers a wide range of services including cable television, direct-to-home (DTH), voice over IP, broadband internet access and telephony services. The group’s new multiscreen service offers 100 channels of foreign and domestic television content to … READ MORE.


OPTIMUS (Portugal)

Optimus, owned by communications service provider Sonaecom, deployed an FTTH network in Portugal that already reaches more than 400,000 households, offering Triple Play services and advanced interactive functionalities…. READ MORE.


CAN’L (New Caledonia)

Can’L is New Caledonia’s leading internet service provider and IP telephony operator. To expand and enhance its existing services, Can’L chose to work with Anevia and Elemental to build a new 30-channel French-language OTT TV service for its customers. The OTT system captures and formats live satellite TV feeds for distribution over … …. READ MORE.