Press Release

September 20, 2016 —  Sulphur LA – As more IPTV companies see their legacy VOD servers hit manufacturer discontinued status, a need for a reliable, well supported replacements has been a challenge for companies like Louisiana based Cameron Communications. According to Robert Large, Cameron’s Director of Network Operations, the installation and deployment of the new InnoStream server platform has been beneficial in meeting their goal of offering over 1200 hours of viewing from their Video on Demand library.

Large stated that not having support with hardware that is out of production is a difficult situation because his company is heavily invested in providing their video customers in Louisiana and Texas a robust VOD service. A long time player in the VOD business, Cameron heavily promotes their VOD service telling customers on their website how they can access new release titles up to 28 days before they’re available on Redbox or Netflix.

Large says of the new InnoStream Hardware platform, “We had everything installed and running in a short period of time and when we needed some support for a minor issue, the Innovative Systems support team were on top of the situation and had it resolved quickly.” Large said that integration with their non APMAX IPTV Middleware solution went smooth and that he looks forward to the continued quality support that he has received thus far from the Innovative support group.

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