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EGLA Communications

We bring cloud to cable TV simplifying media distribution for music, TV, and videos to all platforms.

EGLA communications

Business name: EGLA Communications

URL: and

Twitter: @eglacomm 

Sector: Media streaming for cable and mobile.

Based in: Boca Raton, Florida.

Regions covered: US/LatAm.


Dr. Edwin Hernandez –

Dr. Alcides Hernandez –

What do each of you do? 

Dr. Edwin Hernandez –  CTO, architect for the platform, hands on developer.

Dr. Alcides Hernandez – LatAm strategy is working from LatAm to get this moving.

Who are your major backers? 

Ourselves (self-funded).

What’s the track record?    

Assisted Mood Media in the sale of LATAM division to Stingray Digital by providing platform support to Mood Media during the $16M deal covering 20M subscribers.

Provided Sky Brazil with support for the platform of Skytunes in Brazil with over 1M subscribers.

700K subscribers in Honduras with Cable Colour.

E-Learning demo with MEVIA for the Central American Confederation of Universities (18 Central American Universities).

What do they say? 

We bring cloud to cable TV simplifying media distribution for music, TV, and videos to all platforms.

What does this mean?  

It means that broadcasters, media companies, and cable operators, can offer a cable/tv application and product available in mobile, desktop, and set top box (e.g. Comcast) at home with our Cloud to Cable TV technology.

What makes your company different from its competitors? 

Cloud to Cable TV and quick integration of the cloud to deliver media to our mobile app, called MEVIA.

Who are your clients?

Broadcasters, Cable Operators, Universities, anyone that wants to build a brand around media and sells TV/Music content to its consumers. We can enable an experience with 1000 TV channels and 200 Music channels plus whatever else you choose.

How will your company change the world?

We see that media will replace the web and people will create TV Channels and replace HTML.

Who do you compete with?

Spotify, Pandora,  Youtube, Vubiquity, and others hybrids. That either focus on mobile/web or cable TV only. See your competitive analysis:×166.png

Who should be worried?

Broadcasters that have huge and over complex distribution architectures.  Anyone that thinks Cable will disappear for only OTT, may need to think that again as Cable TV is a broadcast and very inexpensive technology that has wide adoption in the US but in LATAM. For example, in Argentina there are 3000+ Cable Operators, Honduras 250+, 1 out of 7 people in Honduras has Cable TV.  Plus DOCSIS 3.0 enables Cable TV broadcasting with a 10Gbps backbone, same coaxial 100x speeds.

If you could choose any investor globally who would it be?  

Youtube/Google Ventures

If you could poach any member of staff from any company in the world who would it be?  

Richard Branson, Virgin.


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