The world is now on the smart mobile, but the remote of the set top box is still in the analogue mode, our insight was that if the world is becoming smart then why not the remote, this thought led us to develop the smart remote app. As on date, we have seen almost quarter million smart remote dongle’s has been sold and many more apps has been downloaded. This shows that our product has been well received. Our goal is to provide everyone in the family a customised experience based on their preferences. With this smart remote app, every member of the family and set their own preferences of the channels based on his choice.
Committed to bring convergence technology to big screen
Videocon d2h was the first DTH player in India to demonstrate the 4K UHD technology. This 4K Ultra HD DTH service will act as a mandatory interface to receive the Ultra HD signals for your Ultra HD TVs. This technology provides a more immersive experience, bringing to life spacious wildlife panoramas as well as offering the most detailed action of a sports game. Videocon d2h is the only player to currently has the 4K UHD DTH channel 4K Life This move once again underlines the commitment on the part of Videocon d2h to constantly innovate and provide top of the line services and products to its customers.
We are also working on the convergence technology and are committed to bring the convergence technology to big screens like TVs. Currently we are undertaking field trials and will be bringing it commercially very soon.
Infrastructure sharing in DTH is not feasible
The DTH players are on different compression technology and operate on different CAS systems. The difference in CAS, compression technology makes the sharing of resources difficult.
All the DTH operators are on differe
nt satellites and their orbital degree is also different so the Line of Sight is different. If all the players have to share the teleports and satellite, every operator has to realign the reflectors line of sight. This will be a mammoth task considering the huge base of the DTH consumers. The synergy will be difficult to achieve.