BARCELONA, Spain -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- VBox Communications Ltd., a leading IPTV innovator, announces the availability of its V@Home TV Gateway product family, revolutionizing the way live TV is distributed across the household. Bringing live, Free Over-The-Air (OTA) and Premium Pay-TV, HDTV, from satellite, cable, antenna, and the Internet to connected and mobile devices across the home.
V@Home is a whole house DVR that streams live and recorded TV programs in their original broadcast TV quality up to Full-HD 1080p 3D with surround sound, to connected devices like smartphones, tablets, Smart TV, IP set-top-boxes, computers and many other devices you already own. The V@Home includes multiple HDTV tuners, allowing multiple users to watch and record their favorite news, sports, reality and other live TV programs at the same time.
The V@Home multi advantage
“VBox changes the way people consume TV; for the first time, premium content is available for mobile devices - A V@Home with Pay-TV can share a single CAM CI card between mobile and connected devices allowing consumers to watch and record multiple Pay-TV channels simultaneously,” said Amir Aharonovich, VBox’s VP marketing.
The V@Home TV Gateway is available in nine different configurations ranging from: number for simultaneous users, different TV sources and free or Pay-TV. Streaming live TV channels without any subscription fees, upgrading your devices with DVR functionality, EPG and much more.
Pricing and availability
The V@Home is available on Amazon Europe and directly from VBox Store with prices ranging from 149.95 to 239.95 Euro (excluding shipping and taxes)
VBox Communications Ltd., founded in 2001, partially held by Optibase (NASDAQ: OBAS), is a provider of consumer-premises-equipment for digital TV broadcast. VBox develops a wide range of digital TV reception capabilities, including handling of encrypted content for Pay TV services and delivery of high-quality video, audio and data services. VBox provides routers and gateways for data reception and high-quality digital content convergence from digital broadcast to LAN environments, with customers ranging from broadcast, telecos and consumers.