Operation Upcycle - solving the pay TV operators’ dilemma

Definition: Upcycle; verb
Reuse in such a way as to create a product of higher quality or value than the original.


The TV consumer is on the move - enjoying more options than ever for accessing their favorite content from their favorite device.

The modern user experience, a basic requirement for viable video service operators, includes voice-based discovery, multi-screen delivery, blended linear and OTT services, and an agile platform for quickly responding to consumer demands.

Here’s the dilemma: while all progressive operators recognize the demands of the modern consumer, they also face rising content costs, competing capex budget requests, fragmenting market segments and declining Pay TV margins.

To address this operator challenge, Amino has launched “Operation Upcycle” – combining our tools, skills, and methodologies to create modern Pay TV services that leverage existing assets and infrastructure and:

Combat churn and grow subscriber numbers – boosting both retention and acquisition, with some operators showing more than 200% subscriber growth after implementing the platform

Increase return on capital – eliminating the need to replace legacy STBs, which involves both device and installation costs, saves as much as 80% off the cost of upgrading

Rapid time to market – upgrading STBs with software cuts new service deployment of new services and capabilities by up to a quarter

Find out more – read our new e-book:

“Solving the pay TV operators’ dilemma: How to create a modern pay TV service that leverages existing infrastructure”

To schedule a 90 minute workshop to explore what may be possible for your own service and subscribers.

Contact upcycling@aminocom.com

Read more about how major operators benefit from upcycling:

CASE STUDY PCCW

BEYOND 4K: BUILDING A FUTURE-PROOF ENTERTAINMENT PLATFORM

See Case Study

CASE STUDY CINCINATTI BELL

MIGRATING TO TV 2.0: EXTENDING THE LIFE OF LEGACY ASSETS WHILE ENABLING A RICHER TV EXPERIENCE

See Case Study

See upcycling for yourself at these upcoming shows:

IBC 2018


Hall 14 stand D26