Ericpol starts cooperation with Multivision
10 November 2009
Ericpol, the largest exporter in the IT sector in Poland and Multivision in Linköping, a leading developer of the Modulution™ IPTV Middleware enter a strategic cooperation within the IPTV field.
As a part of the cooperation, Ericpol becomes a part owner of Multivision through a issue of new shares.
‘ Ericpol has proven software development knowlegde and its engineers have profound experience in the field of latest technologies. Together with Multivision we are well prepared to challenge the IPTV market and so provide our customers with new business opportunities’, says Marek Gajowniczek, Ericpol CEO.
‘ This is a long term and profound cooperation, giving us access to the 700 IT engineers at Ericpol and enables rapid capacity growth. – The contacts Ericpol has established with major telecom operators around the world gives us business opportunities that otherwise would have taken much longer to acquire. At the same time, Multivision are supplying Ericpol with a well-established and successful path into the IPTV market’, says Christian Ulman.
The two companies also see major synergies in the business area, since they are both active within the same customer segment.
Multivision i Linköping AB, a Swedish company within the IPTV branch. Multivision’s main product is the Modulution™ IPTV Middleware. The Modulution™ IPTV Middleware has been developed since 2002. Multivision expertise is within set-top box, Customer Care & Conditional Access System with the ambition to sell the most innovative IPTV Middleware that fulfil the service needs of today and tomorrow. Multivision is active in the IPTV standardization in Sweden.
See more: www.multivision.se
Ericpol Telecom is the leading polish IT exporter and the biggest telecommunications services supplier in Poland. The company offers outsourcing and consulting services and dedicated solutions as well as IT services for fixed and mobile telephony for the biggest world telco services providers. The Ericpol Group employs over 850 people in Poland, Sweden, Ukraine and Belarus.