Amino Communications Ltd

Amino Communications is a world leading IPTV and hybrid/OTT innovator – bringing new entertainment products and solutions to a global market.

Amino Communications is a world leading IPTV and hybrid/OTT innovator – bringing new entertainment products and solutions to a global market.  With over three million devices sold to 850 customers in 85 countries, Amino’s award-winning solutions are deployed by major network operators and service providers worldwide.  Amino’s speed-to-market, agility and leading-edge technology has secured important partnerships with global vendors, including Intel® and Ericsson, to deliver the rich entertainment experience consumers are demanding.

Amino Communications is a wholly owned subsidiary of Amino Technologies plc and listed on the London Stock Exchange Alternative Investment Market (AIM: symbol AMO).  It is headquartered near Cambridge, in the UK.

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Amino's patent-pending IntAct architecture has been designed to meet the need for rapid, f...

At the heart of our unique approach to electronic product design is our patent-pending technology IntAct. We've replaced the high-speed bus found in conventional designs with an Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)-like network. This distributed architecture is used to connect together pre-engineered modules to assemble products that exactly match the customer's requirements for communications, video, speed, power and expansion.

IntAct is in fact a tightly coupled set of innovative hardware and software technologies. Hardware elements provide a fast, efficient and predictable message passing route between components. Software elements provide a homogeneous Application Programming Interface (API) between components, irrespective of the network that connects them or even their physical construction.

IntAct modules cover an ever growing range of functions from Internet access, video-on-demand, e-commerce, smart card interface, satellite, ISDN, dial-up and Control area networks (CAN) to complete network computers. Each module is self-contained and has its own microprocessor controlling all the functions associated with that module.

Assembling products is no longer a major feat of engineering - instead it's a question of determining the desired data bandwidth and security between modules. The normal cost penalties associated with modular approaches are offset by the manufacturing economies of scale achieved by using standard modules across a range of different products.

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