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The first five Siconia™ „SMARTY IQ“ smart meter gateways (smgw) from Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus are connected to the central, state-organised public key infrastructure (PKI). Thus, the first gateways can be handed to customers for testing purposes.

Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus achieves the next milestone on the way to the smart meter gateway certification according to the Common Criteria (CC) at the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) in Germany.

“We are very proud that our first five gateways with real PKI certificates were produced”, reports Dirk Engel, head of product management at Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus GmbH. “With the approval of our ALC test by the BSI, we are not only about to get our Siconia™ SMARTY IQ certified, but we can also deliver the first smart meter gateways under PKI conditions for testing purposes to our customers.”

The approved documentation allows Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus as a gateway manufacturer to perform ALC tests, which means that, for the first time, lifecycle processes can be tested with the Siconia™ SMARTY IQ gateway while being connected to the smart meter PKI – from the secure supply chain to the proper disposal. Only gateway manufacturers, such as Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus, who are in the SMGw certification process and, hence, have already been able to prove their high safety requirements, are entitled to start into the ALC test phase.

 

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Hamburg, 20th June 2018

The smart meter gateway (smgw) SMARTY IQ from Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus receives the type examination certificate of the National Metrology Institute of Germany (PTB). This certificate proves that the gateway is in accordance with the PTB requirements 50.8 for smgws for legal metrology.

With the receipt of the type examination certificate Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus has successfully reached one of the most relevant milestones on the way to the smart meter gateway certification according to the Common Criteria (CC) at the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) in Germany.

As a part of the PTB's calibration verification procedure, the SMARTY IQ was, amongst other things, tested on the acquisition, processing and storage of measurement data as well as on relevant tariff applications. In addition, further metering system components were qualified according to PTB-A 50.8, such as the SMGw connection to a gateway administration software, the connection of the SMGw to a communication adapter as well as the measurement data visualization via the customer display software TRuDI, which enables the end user to perform an invoice verification via the connected SMGw.

“The type examination certificate of the PTB according to the so-called Module B proves that the SMARTY IQ fulfils the metrological and legal requirements for the rollout of smart metering systems in Germany. We are very pleased about the successful completion of the PTB procedure and would like to thank all our partners who supported us,” explains Dirk Engel, Head of Product Management at Sagemcom Neuhaus GmbH. “In the next step, we expect to receive Module D qualifying the production of our plant in Rostock in line with the calibration law. This step is expected to be promptly followed by the CC certification by the BSI.”

PTB-A 50.8 and CC certification are based on the law on the digitization of the energy transition. The aim of the energy transition is to link energy generation and consumption in the distribution network in a smart way in order to increase efficiency and comfort within smart grids. The focus is on the introduction of smart metering systems consisting of a socalled modern metering device, e.g. a digital electricity meter in combination with a smart meter gateway. The SMGw serves as a communication unit in the smart metering system, receiving and storing measurement data and sending it to authorized market participants, such as the metering point operator. Likewise, the measurement data of multi-utility meters (electricity, gas, water, heat) can be read out safely via the SMARTY IQ.

 

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Doha, May 16, 2018

In an effort to extend its commitment to providing the best services and solutions in the field of Internet of Things (IoT), Qatar Mobility Innovations Center (QMIC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with International French-based technology provider Sagemcom. This MoU sets forth an elaborative framework of co-operation between the two entities to deliver comprehensive IoT solutions on a global scale, take advantage of QMIC’s comprehensive Labeeb IoT platform across multiple domains, and utilize Sagemcom extensive Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) IoT portfolio of LoRaWAN™ solutions, branded under SICONIA™, such as multi-sensors devices, Gateways, network server, and Geolocation solver, to name a few.

Through a combination of efforts that will leverage the technical strength and business outreach of both parties, the technologies and solutions produced as a result of this partnership will be delivered globally with a focus on the MENA and Eastern European regions. A key aspect of this agreement will be the utilization of QMIC’s comprehensive Labeeb IoT platform and other IoT vertical solutions across various domains and sector like transportation, asset management, tracking, smart cities, and others. This comes hand-in-hand with the benefits and additional value provided by Sagemcom’s wide array of Carrier Class IoT solutions.

QMIC has been deeply involved in shaping the local and regional IoT market over the past years. Due to its expertise across different sectors and fields. Labeeb IoT, in specific, serves as an innovative IoT platform for entrepreneurs, enterprises and cities, the first of its kind in the Middle East. It already delivers several applications targeting Smart Cities and Industrial IoT segments.

Sagemcom is an innovative and well-recognized international leader in the industrial Smart City, and Smart Nation market, thanks to its combination of Smart Metering, Smart Infrastructure solutions, and its full end-to-end IoT Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) products portfolio, ranging from infrastructure solutions, such as Carrier-Grade Gateways enabled for Geolocation, LoRa™ Network Server (LNS), Geolocation Solver, in addition to small and cost efficient Multi-usage IoT devices.

The MoU was signed by Dr. Adnan Abu-Dayya, Executive Director (CEO) of QMIC, and Eric Rieul, CEO of Sagemcom Energy & Telecom SAS.

On this occasion, Dr. Adnan Abu-Dayya commented “QMIC was founded with the goal of using digital innovations to enable smart living. Establishing partnerships with key global entities like Sagemcom is a critical step towards achieving our goal at global scale. As the first pure-play IoT technology enterprise in the MENA region, we look forward to combining our knowledge and leading digital platforms with Sagemcom’s innovative products to deliver end-to-end IoT solutions that can address pressing challenges and problems in different market domains.”

“This promising collaboration reinforces Sagemcom’s vision and strategy of the LPWAN IoT for addressing MENA region, enabling fast, flexible and cost efficient deployments on many different industrial market verticals. Tightening partnership with such well recognized institution as QMIC is part of our strategy for strengthening our footprint in Middle-east, by listening and adapting to the local needs.” says Eric Rieul, CEO of Sagemcom Energy & Telecom.

QMIC and Sagemcom will work hand-in-hand through utilizing their expertise in the field of IoT. Labeeb IoT supported by Sagemcom’s leading technology will establish an unprecedented advancement towards reaching and establishing global platforms and solutions. Moreover, both entities will play their part in enhancing and assisting the development of the IoT environment by supporting and engaging with IoTfocused bodies, innovation hubs and entrepreneurs’ communities as well as others who are interested in this rapidly growing field.

 

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E.ON Energie Deutschland and Sagemcom Fröschl start together…

Munich/Walderbach. With the "SPIRiT" project, E.ON Energie Deutschland GmbH and Sagemcom Fröschl GmbH have taken the step into a common future. The Sagemcom Siconia™ EMT system is hosted in the data center of Schleupen AG and ensures data reception and processing of existing and future meter infrastructure.

 

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In the future, the highly complex processes will range from the reception and decryption of the data to the allocation to customer and balancing groups, to the transmission via market communication. The Fröschl system is continuously adapted to the E.ON requirements according to the specifications of the BSI and project-specific specifications. The hosting is executed at a data center which is certified according to ISO 27001. Thus, data security can be guaranteed..

The project consists of several subprojects that are implemented within 3 years using an agile project methodology. One of the aims is to integrate the MDM system into the E.ON system lanscape in order to support the company’s sales activities.

About Sagemcom Fröschl GmbH:

Since 1994 Sagemcom Fröschl is an international software company since in the field of data acquisition and management. Since Sagemcom acquired the shares at the end of 2012, we have been the competence center for MDM software in the global Sagemcom group.
www.froeschl.de

About E.ON Energie Deutschland GmbH:

E.ON Energie Deutschland GmbH is a nationwide leading energy company and holding company of the E.ON sales department in Germany. Around 3,000 employees ensure the reliable supply of electricity and natural gas at fair prices at all times and with a customer service that has won numerous awards. In addition, we are the solution provider for an increasingly decentralized, ecological and digital energy world, for example, with service and advice regarding photovoltaic, energy storage, energy checks and efficiency measures.

Contact:

E.ON Energie Deutschland GmbH
Arnulfstraße 203
80634 München
Phone: +49 8 71-95 38 62 00 E-Mail: kundenservice@eon.de
www.eon.de

Sagemcom Fröschl GmbH
Hauserbachstraße 7-10
93194 Walderbach
Phone: +49 9464/9400-134 E-Mail: vertrieb@froeschl.de
www.froeschl.de

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Hamburg, 29th January 2018 

Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus presents its new digital electricity meter “SMARTY BZ” for the first time at the E-world 2018 in Essen. With the basic meter, Sagemcom is the only supplier offering the entire infrastructure of smart metering systems for the German market.

For the first time, Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus will be presenting the newly developed digital electricity meter SMARTY BZ at the E-world in Essen (6th – 8th February 2018, hall 3 / stand 3-444). The SMARTY BZ basic meter was developed on the basis of the FNN specifications for digital electricity meters and is, therefore, suitable for the roll-out of smart metering systems and modern metering devices in Germany.

The SMARTY BZ will be available in various product versions: the "Basic Meter SLP" serves as a regular electronic household meter, while the "Basic Meter RLM" is eligible for the industrial sector. It is possible to remotely install firmware updates via the SMGw onto the meter (Firmware Over The Air). In addition, so-called grid functions can be activated remotely by a license purchase. Grid functions enable accessing network-operation-relevant information, such as frequency or voltage. Moreover, the "Basic Meter SLP" can be upgraded with RLM functions remotely. The device presented at the E-world is the "Basic Meter SLP" variant. From the second quarter of 2018, samples of the "Basic Meter SLP will be available for the German market.

"We are very proud of the development of our new product”, reports Martin Zangl, product manager for "Basic Meters" at Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus GmbH, " With the development of the basic meter, we can now provide our customers with the entire infrastructure for smart metering systems: the SMARTY BZ 3-phase meter, the BSI-compliant SMARTY IQ smart meter gateway, a BSI-compliant control box SMARTY IQ-IO, and also a proven gateway admin solution."

A smart metering system (iMSys) consists of a digital meter, a so-called modern metering device, and a smart meter gateway (SMGw), which serves as a communication unit in the iMSys. The SMARTY BZ meters power consumption electronically. Connected to the SMGw, the generated values can be transmitted securely to authorised market participants, such as the metering point operator. Even end consumers can use an interface in the SMGw to visualise their own power consumption, for example, through apps. The aim of an iMSys is to promote the digitisation of the energy transition and, hence, the idea of a smart grid, by intelligently linking energy generation and consumption within the distribution network.

 

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Las Vegas, NV – January 11, 2018

Senet, a leading provider of cloud-based software, global connectivity service platforms and network build-out for the Internet of Things (IoT) and Sagemcom, a French group and European leader of the high added-value smart terminals market, today announced they have partnered to demonstrate LoRaWAN™ geolocation services at CES 2018.

With research indicating that over fifty percent of the IoT market is best suited to Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) connectivity and a third of the world’s 15 billion connected devices forecasted to be dependent on geodata by 2020, LoRa® geolocation is well positioned to offer power efficient and cost-effective location capability for a wide range of applications that do not require the precision of GPS.

Sagemcom and Senet are demonstrating LoRaWAN tracking capabilities through the integration of Sagemcom’s geolocation solver software with Senet’s LoRaWAN network. Sagemcom Siconia™ multi-sensor devices have been placed on mobile and stationary assets throughout the Las Vegas area and are reporting geolocation and environmental data over the Senet LoRaWAN network. Geolocation information is being combined with other readings and visualized in demo applications that illustrate how users across industries can leverage IoT data for asset management, inventory, security and maintenance. Sagemcom is conducting demonstrations in the Venetian, Tech West, Level 3, meeting rooms 3301A/3201B.

“LoRaWAN geolocation brings a strong disruption in the asset management and logistic markets and is a viable commercial technology for a wide variety of IoT applications where GPS is cost and/or battery life prohibitive,” said Eric Rieul, CEO of Sagemcom Energy & Telecom SAS. “Through our tight collaboration with Senet, we are able to rapidly deliver these new features and capabilities to market and successfully drive new business opportunities where the promise of IoT had previously been slowed by cost and scalability challenges.”

“Geolocation is an exciting enhancement to our LoRaWAN connectivity services and opens up new use cases that are expected to drive substantial revenue streams for LoRaWAN network operators and solution providers,” said Dave Kjendal, CTO of Senet. “We are pleased to be partnered with Sagemcom to deliver such high-performance and highly differentiated solutions to the market.”

About Sagemcom
A French internationally-based high-technology group, Sagemcom operates on the markets of broadband (decoders, multi-gigabit gateways), the smart city and the Internet of Things (founder member of the LoRa Alliance). With a turnover of approximately €1.7 billion, Sagemcom has 4,000 employees across the five continents. Sagemcom's vision is to remain a world leader in high added-value communicating terminals.
 

Media contact:
presse@sagemcom.com

About Senet, Inc.
Founding and Contributing member of the LoRa Alliance, Senet is the leader in global Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity used to instrument the physical world and enable businesses to revolutionize their operations. With core values centered around changing the world for the better, Senet is committed to promoting IoT Network and Network Management innovation, and supports an open partner ecosystem to ensure that IoT realizes its full potential of delivering economic, environmental, and social improvements. Senet is dedicated to supporting the LoRaWAN protocol as the open global standard for secure, carrier-grade Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) connectivity for IoT solutions across all industries. For additional information, visit http://www.senetco.com.

Media contact:
Matt Farhadi, Account Executive
Elevate Communications
mfarhadi@elevatecom.com

Senet contact:
Ken Lynch
Director of Marketing
Senet, Inc.
klynch@senetco.com.

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The Smart Meter Gateway SMARTY IQ from Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus GmbH, the leading provider of intelligent metering systems, is now successfully integrated into the gateway administration software of Robotron Datenbank-Software GmbH.

Another milestone in the area of flexibility and interoperability of Smart Meter Gateways (SMGw) has been achieved: The SMARTY IQ gateway from Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus is now connected to the gateway administration (GWA) software of Robotron.

“After having achieved an integration of our SMARTY IQ into the Sagemcom Fröschl administration software, we are pleased that our SMGw has now also been integrated into the GWA solution of Robotron.” emphasises Detlef Einacker, sales director at Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus. Dirk Engel, head of product management at Sagemcom Dr. Neuhaus, reports: “This underlines the flexibility of our API and demonstrates that our product matches with different administration software systems. Accordingly, another important step on the way to the smart meter rollout in Germany in terms of interoperability has been accomplished for our customers.”

Having the SMGw and GWA software connected offers a measurement data reception, which is compatible with the requirements of the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI). At a technical level, highly secure communication of the SMARTY IQ gateway takes place via the WAN (Wide Area Network) interface, and thereby follows the micro processes defined by the FNN (Forum Netztechnik/Netzbetrieb in the VDE).

The SMGw is the central communications unit in an intelligent metering system (iMSys), which receives and saves multi-sector measurement data from meters, prepares and transmits these for authorised market participants. The meters (electricity, gas, water, heat) can be connected both with cable (RS485) and via near field communication (wireless MBus) to the gateway. The end customer of the utility can access his high resolution consumption measurement values via a local HAN interface. The SMGw also functions as a transparent proxy server for control boxes and other devices connected in the HAN.

The metering point operator and its associated SMGw administrator are also essential components in the intelligent energy grid of the future. The SMGw administrator is responsible for the setting up, configuration, installation and operation of intelligent metering systems. The duties of the SMGw administrator include the configuration, monitoring and control of the SMGw. He also supervises the life cycle of the SMGw from production through installation to de-installation, and creates and administers the profiles for rating loaded into the SMGw.

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Collaboration with Sagemcom:
Ooredoo launches the first IoT network in Tunisia

Ooredoo Tunisia and Sagemcom have just launched the first Tunisian Internet of Things (IoT) network, based on LoRa™ technology. The network enables devices to exchange small amounts of data, with a standard battery providing independent battery life of up to 10 years.

This IoT network will also facilitate the development of solutions in various areas: Smart City (smart parking, presence detection, etc.), Smart Industry (machines predictive maintenance, asset management and tracking, logistics, etc.), Smart Environment (fire detection, etc.) and other uses in health, transport, agriculture, etc.

This launch will strengthen Ooredoo's activities in the Internet of Things. 'Following the marketing of the first connected device in 2014, the launch of the first M2M managed connectivity solution in 2015 and the success of the first tests on various long-range, lowconsumption technologies, Ooredoo is today launching the first IoT network in Tunisia. This has been made possible through the license issued by the Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies in June,' said Youssef El Masri, CEO of Ooredoo Tunisia. 'We are proud to be the first operator in Tunisia to deploy this technology, which is globally recognised as the most successful Internet of Things solution,' he added.

Sagemcom believes that 'this close collaboration with Ooredoo will reinforce both our vision and strategy for the Industrial Internet of Things, through our SICONIA™ products and solutions, and our long-term presence and support in Tunisia and in the wider region'. Eric Rieul, CEO of Sagemcom Energy & Telecom, also stressed that 'Sagemcom is delighted to be able to support and expedite Ooredoo's IoT ambitions in Tunisia, thus contributing to the country's economic growth.'

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Helsinki, Finland and Paris, France – September 11th, 2017

DNA TV-hubi, launched last month by DNA, is an Android TV based device for TV and multimedia entertainment, designed and manufactured by Sagemcom, consisting in a 4K UHD set-top box for TV viewing and giving access to thousands of apps through Google PlayTM app store.

The DNA TV-hubi enables to access all terrestrial channels as well as DNA’s cable channels. Thanks to an embedded dual tuner, users can watch a channel and record another one on an external 1TB hard disk drive. The product can receive HD and 4K UHD contents, and when connected to a 4K TV set, the subscriber watching 4K contents enjoys a crystal clear picture with four times the resolution of Full HD. Last but not least, the set-top box allows to receive the pay-TV channels through a broadband connection, so even when not within the coverage area of DNA’s cable or terrestrial networks.

The device, thanks to its embedded certified Android TV operating system, brings access to thousands of downloadable applications through Google Play, such as YouTubeTM – including for 4K contents – Katsomo, Yle Areena and Ruutu to enjoy the 3 major TV channels in Finland, and hundreds of games. Netflix is also supported and will be available this month. Support of Google CastTM enables screen sharing for contents.

The product is designed and manufactured by Sagemcom, and built around the 4K UHD BCM7252S SoC of Broadcom. Sagemcom also carried out the integration and the certification of Android TV operating system that manages all the applications available on the product, as well as the integration of Netflix and DNA TV application. The device embeds software-based encryption system for pay-TV channels, which allows receiving these contents without any TV cards. Sensitive assets from Android universe are also protected with a cardless DRM system.

“We are proud to introduce with DNA this new 4K Android TV set-top box in Finland, that brings the users an enriched entertainment experience thanks to full set of features and the available apps”, said Olivier Taravel, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Sagemcom Broadband. “4K UHD set-top boxes are key products for the company, at the forefront of Ultra HD technology. Sagemcom relies on a strategic partnership with Broadcom to propose our customers a full range of always more powerful and innovative 4K STBs, including latest generation of Android TV devices.”

“The unique, ground-breaking set-top box - DNA TV-hubi - is for us, as the leading pay-TV operator in Finland, a great opportunity to offer our pay-TV services to all homes in our country with a single device, either through DNA’s cable, terrestrial or IPTV. Android TV’s Google Play store gives customers instant ability to enjoy hugely popular services such as Netflix and Youtube TM, as well as gaming and Google Cast TM. With 4K UHD we can be sure that DNA’s customers will always enjoy the best viewing experience in Finland,” says Ville Partanen, Director of Product Development at DNA.

About Sagemcom
A French high-tech group of international dimensions, Sagemcom operates on the broadband (digital home, set-top boxes, Internet routers, telephony and multimedia terminals), smart city (smart meter, smart grid, smart infra, smart sites and smart services), and Internet of Things markets. With revenue of around 1.6 billion euros, Sagemcom employs 4000 people on five continents and ships every year more than 25 million terminals. Sagemcom aims to remain a world leader in communicating terminals with high added value. www.sagemcom.com // www.facebook.com/SagemcomOfficial // https://twitter.com/Sagemcom

About DNA
DNA Plc is a Finnish telecommunications group providing high-quality voice, data and TV services for communication, entertainment and working. DNA is Finland's largest cable operator and the leading pay TV provider in both cable and terrestrial networks. For DNA, the key area for growth in corporate business is the new way of working, independent of time and place, facilitated by smart terminal devices, diverse communications services and rapid connections. In 2016, DNA recorded net sales of EUR 859 million and an operating profit of EUR 91 million. DNA has more than 3.8 million subscriptions in its fixed and mobile communications networks. The Group also includes DNA Store, Finland's largest retail chain selling mobile phones. DNA shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd. For further information, visit www.dna.fi or follow us on Twitter @DNA_fi, @DNA_Business and @DNA_Palvelu and Facebook.

Media contacts:
DNA Corporate Communications, tel. +358 44 044 8000, communications@dna.fi
Sagemcom, Sylvaine COULEUR, tel. +33 6 99 37 63 48, presse@sagemcom.com

Android TV, Google Play, YouTube and Google Cast are trademarks of Google, Inc.
DNA, DNA TV and DNA TV Hubi are registered trademarks of DNA Plc.

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After the success of its one gigabit gateway range, Sagemcom releases to the operators the next Generation Multi-Gigabit gateways – VDSL 35b / G.FAST / PON, 2.5G/10G PON, DOCSIS 3.1 – integrating high efficiency 802.11ax Wi-Fi, in addition to new smart home connectivity Solutions including distributed Wi-Fi, voice control and Home automation.

The VDSL 35B / G.fast / FTTH / PON universal gateway, F@st 5380, integrates G.fast 212MHz, GPON and 802.11ax Wi-Fi, enabling the operators to deliver Multi-Gigabit end-toend services, and to meet the growing bandwidth required by the end-users.
F@st 5380 benefits from the last innovations of the in-house field proven Sagemcom SWAN™ software suite including big data, Wi-Fi distribution, smart diagnostics…

The next generation Fiber gateways range includes two products:
• F@st 5688ax for 10G PON (XGS-PON, 10G EPON, up to NG-PON2), enables end-toend 10Gbps symmetric routing throughput ;
• F@st 5670 for 2.5 Gbps GPON.

Both implement the latest 802.11ax Wi-Fi technology.

The third generation of our DOCSIS 3.1 & 32*8 gateway, F@st3890, is designed in a very compact form factor. This product can implement either in-house field proven Sagemcom SWAN™ software suite or the well-known RDK-B.

In addition to the above comprehensive range, and in order to enhance the user experience, Sagemcom proposes Wi-Fi smart extenders, in dual-band and tri-band. These products, associated with steering and monitoring solutions, offer a dynamic response to the varying Wi-Fi environment and the best use of the Wi-Fi capacity.
New voice control and home automation solutions are also available enabling operators to offer innovative services.

A live demonstration of these solutions is available at the Sagemcom booth #C102 at the Broadband World Forum 2017 in Berlin.

 

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Oviedo, Spain and Paris, France – September 13th, 2017

Within the framework of its TV offer, Telecable launched last month its new Android TV 4K tedi set-top box, designed and manufactured by Sagemcom. This new set-top box, integrating the latest cutting-edge technologies gives access to a complete TV and multimedia entertainment offer.

The tedi 4K STB enables to access over hundred TV channels, including the ones in 4K. When the product is connected to a 4K TV screen, the subscriber benefits from a crystal clear picture with four times the resolution of Full HD. The tedi application, developed by Telecable, brings a seamless browsing between TV programs, recordings in the cloud (network PVR), 7-day catch-up TV, timeshifting, advanced search, access to a VOD catalogue of more than 5000 titles with personalized recommendations and suggestions of contents.

Thanks to its embedded certified Android TVTM operating system, STB accesses thousands of downloadable applications through Google PlayTM, such as YouTubeTM, including for 4K contents, Wuaki TV and hundreds of games. An application allows turning subscriber’s smartphone into a remote control for the 4K tedi STB and to perform voice search for contents. Last but not least, support of Google CastTM enables screen sharing for contents.

Sagemcom designed and manufactured this STB around the 4K UHD BCM7252S SoC of Broadcom, and also carried out the integration and the certification of Android TV operating system that manages all the applications available on the product, as well as the integration of the tedi application. Finally, the device is also certified in terms of security for the protection of sensitive assets, both those proposed by telecable and those available in the Android universe.

“We are proud to launch with Telecable this new 4K tedi set-top box, offering an enriched TV experience thanks to the Android TV operating system and the available apps”, comments Olivier Taravel, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Sagemcom Broadband. “At the cutting edge of technology, 4K UHD set-top boxes are key products for the company. Sagemcom relies on a strategic partnership with Broadcom to propose our clients a full range of always more powerful and innovative 4K STBs, including latest generation of Android TV devices.”

Aitor Markaida, General Manager of Telecable says: “As the leading cable television operator in Asturias, we are focus on offering our customers the best product with innovative solutions and improved services. The new device responds to the demands of our customers who are asking for 4k contents and a new way of watching television that combines liveTV, advance features for ondemand contents and applications. Our experience in the development of the 4K tedi set-top box with Sagemcom allows us to achieve this goal. We are proud to say that our new 4K tedi set-top box is one of the most innovative television devices”.

About Sagemcom
A French high-tech group of international dimensions, Sagemcom operates on the broadband (digital home, set-top boxes, Internet routers, telephony and multimedia terminals), smart city (smart meter, smart grid, smart infra, smart sites and smart services), and Internet of Things markets.
With revenue of around 1.6 billion euros, Sagemcom employs 4000 people on five continents and ships every year more than 25 million terminals. Sagemcom aims to remain a world leader in communicating terminals with high added value.
www.sagemcom.com // www.facebook.com/SagemcomOfficial //

About Telecable
Telecable, company that has recently joined in the Euskaltel Group, is the leading cable operator in the region of Asturias (Spain), which provides television, mobile, fixed telephony and high speed internet access services. The company, a key player in the development of the Asturian information society has over 75% market share in pay television, 28% in fixed, 43% in broadband and 17% in mobile. Telecable continues expanding its services based on the technological advantage of the optical fiber, having deployed more than 3.000 Km. of optical fiber in the Asturian territory.

Media contacts:
Telecable, María ADARO GARCIA, tel. +34 984 191000, madara@telecable.com
Sagemcom, Sylvaine COULEUR, tel. +33 6 99 37 63 48, presse@sagemcom.com

Android TV, Google Play, YouTube and Google Cast are trademarks of Google, Inc.

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7, September , 2017.

Net Feasa Limited and Sagemcom SAS announce a global deal for the deployment of the Siconia™ multi-sensors device for a wide range of connected ports and maritime IoT use cases. The next generation, LoRaWAN™-compliant Siconia™ industrial device provides a capable platform for a variety of use cases with significant commercial benefit. Some of the applications include asset, vehicle & chassis tracking, reefer container monitoring, access control and maritime safety (MARSEC).

Utilising the extremely power efficient LoRaWAN™ based wireless solution, the Siconia™ device has enabled Net Feasa to deploy cost effective solutions at a price that is very attractive to both Ports and Shipping companies. Net Feasa is presently deploying these solutions in both Europe and the US.

Net Feasa COO, Nikola Nestorov, said: “We have assessed and tested a large number of Smart Port & Smart Vessel use cases using a variety of sensor devices and the Siconia™ device meets our needs for the strategic objective of taking a global lead in Smart Port and Smart Ship based IoT solutions.”

“This tight collaboration reinforces Sagemcom’s vision and strategy of the LPWAN IoT, enabling fast, flexible and cost efficient deployments on many different industrial market verticals. Our prioritized efforts in supporting asset management and logistics have found a direct and fruitful outcome within the connected port strategy of Net Feasa.” says Eric Rieul, CEO of Sagemcom Energy & Telecom.

Sagemcom, is an innovative and well-recognized international leader in the industrial Smart City, and Smart Nation market, thanks to its combination of Smart Metering, Smart Infrastructure solutions, and its full end-to-end IoT Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) products portfolio, SICONIA™, ranging from infrastructure solutions, such as Carrier-Grade Gateways enabled for Geolocation, LoRa™ Network Server (LNS), Geolocation Solver, in addition to small and cost efficient Multi-usage IoT devices.

Sagemcom’s Gateways, its Network Server and Geolocation Solver, support the biggest LoRaWAN™ Network in the world to-date, in France, with +4500 Gateways nationwide, covering 93% of French population, demonstrating leading edge reliability and scalability.

About Net Feasa
Net Feasa is an IoT Service Provider dedicated to Smart Port and Smart Ship enablement and global container, chassis and asset tracking. Net Feasa has successfully validated the efficiency of a number of maritime use cases, implemented on its services platform EvenKeel™. Net Feasa has comprehensive experience building and operating remote and onboard vessel communications systems and has designed and developed dedicated Port IoT networks for ports in both Europe and North America.

For further information, contact:
Net Feasa Ltd.,
An Cúilín
Dingle,
County Kerry,
Ireland.
Email: info@netfeasa.com

About Sagemcom
A French high-tech group of international dimensions, Sagemcom operates on the broadband (digital home, set-top boxes, Internet routers, telephony and multimedia terminals), smart city (smart meter, smart grid, smart infra, smart sites and smart services), and Internet of Things markets.
With revenue of around 1.6 billion euros, Sagemcom employs 4000 people on five continents and ships every year more than 25 million terminals. Sagemcom aims to remain a world leader in communicating terminals with high added value.
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