SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 20, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Envivio (Nasdaq:ENVI), a leading provider of live and on-demand multi-screen IP video processing and delivery solutions, today announced that Totalplay Telecomunicaciones SA, a cable and IPTV service provider in Mexico, has deployed Envivio Muse™ encoders for its live and on-demand video services. Totalplay is a subsidiary of Grupo Salinas, a leading media and financial services company in Mexico. Totalplay wanted to extend their channel lineup and improve video quality while reducing the space requirements in the headend. The software-based Muse encoders on the Envivio 4Caster™ Gen III platform offered a flexible solution with outstanding quality, density and reliability. "We deliver more than 200 SD and 50 HD channels, and it is critical that we offer our subscribers the best possible quality while also managing our infrastructure and management costs," said Eduardo Kuri, CEO of Totalplay. "Envivio provided a robust video processing solution for our TV offering, both for live and on-demand services." "Our solutions are designed to offer the adaptability operators require, whether delivering high definition on a big-screen TV or adaptive bit-rate video on a tablet or smartphone," said Julien Signes, Envivio's president and CEO. "With this new deployment, Totalplay enhanced its video service for viewers in Mexico and can easily add new services over time as well." Muse is Envivio's software-based encoding solution, ideal for any real-time broadcast application, including IPTV, cable, satellite, Internet and mobile. Video services in any format and resolution are supported, as well as advanced applications such as advertisement insertion and content protection for personal devices. More than 300 content and service providers around the globe have selected Envivio to power their multi-screen services. Visit www.envivio.com to learn more about TV without boundaries. About Totalplay Telecomunicaciones Totalplay is the most innovative Triple Play service in Mexico; FTTH (Fiber to the Home) technology makes it possible for customers to receive multiple services using just one reliable connection.