Evolution Digital says it’s now up to 23 cable operators for its advanced video solution

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Centennial, Colorado-based Evolution Digital said that its roster of cable operator clients using its advanced TV tech solution has grown to 23. 

The company announced several new Tier 2 and 3 operator clients for its eVUE-TV solution, including Cablevision of Marion County, BELD, DTC, LHTC Broadband, Tullahoma Utilities Board, Valley Telecom Group and Gold Coast Broadband.

Previous signups have included Alaska’s GCI, TDS Telecom and WideOpenWest.

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“As we grow our customer base, we continue to gather operator and consumer feedback and use that data to improve and enhance the platform and user experience,” said Marc Cohen, executive VP of sales for Evolution, in a statement. 

RELATED: Alaska’s GCI deploys Evolution Digital's TiVo-powered hybrid eBox set-tops

Evolution’s hybrid IP/QAM set-tops provide small and midsized cable operators with inexpensive HD devices that can deliver both linear and online video, without a DVR or CableCard.

The hardware can be deployed as an HD set-top or a “zapper”-class box. With a change in configurations, eBox can be a client in Evolution's multiroom DVR, the vendor noted. And as an operator moves to a cloud content strategy, it can be a client on a cloud DVR.

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