DVB welcomes four new Members

DVB is pleased to welcome four new Members at the start of 2018. ITV, Kratos, PROGIRA and Qarva join the wider DVB membership in the development and promotion of open technical specifications for terrestrial, satellite, cable and IP delivery and associated services. The complete list of DVB Members is available here.


ITV plc, based in the UK, is an integrated producer broadcaster, creating, owning and distributing high-quality content on multiple platforms. ITV operates the largest commercial family of channels in the UK, delivering content through traditional television broadcasting as well as on-demand via the ITV Hub. Investment in programming is primarily funded by television advertising revenue.


Kratos delivers integrated end-to-end enterprise solutions across the ground station to communication service providers. Their offer runs from delivering turnkey ground stations to RF systems to a complete suite of satellite fleet, RF and network management products. Customers include satellite operators, telecommunications providers, broadcasters, the military and a range of other industries. Kratos has over 3,000 installations across the globe.


PROGIRA is an independent solution and software provider founded in 2003. Areas of expertise include network coverage, infrastructure investment optimization, digital dividend possibilities, frequency planning and digital cartography. Operating in 50 countries worldwide, PROGIRA maintains state-of-the-art competence in planning and optimization of digital broadcasting and mobile TV networks.


Founded in 2004, Qarva is a global provider of end-to-end software solutions for the IPTV and OTT industries. Qarva’s focus is on delivering ultra-fast, high-quality content to users, with  user experience and service quality at the forefront of the company’s business values. Qarva works hand-in-hand with its customers and partners to develop and deliver high quality, scalable, robust and cost effective solutions.

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