PlayBox Technology adopts PlayBox Neo as the company’s new trading name

Broadcast channel-in-a-box specialist PlayBox Technology Limited announces a major rebranding which sees the adoption of PlayBox Neo as the company’s new trading name.


“The broadcast media industry has experienced a variety of transformations throughout the years. Cloud-based technologies, virtualisation and IP-based solutions are changing the dynamics even further,” comments PlayBox Neo CEO Pavlin Rahnev. “We have been the industry leader in TV channel-in-a-box technology for nearly two decades and are now progressing to the next stage of innovation with PlayBox Neo’s full range of playout solutions centred on the server-based AirBox and cloud-based CloudAir. We will continue driving innovation with future-proof technology for every scale of operation.”


The PlayBox Neo website,, contains detailed information on the company’s entire production range together with full support resources available via our offices around the world. PlayBox Neo email addresses remain unchanged but with the new domain: Additional information can be found in the Contacts section of the PlayBox Neo website at The PlayBox Neo 24/7 support department can be reached via email, live chat and phone. See


AirBox and CloudAir today power over 18,000 TV and branding channels in more than 120 countries. Users include national and international broadcasters, start-up TV channels, webcasters, interactive TV and music channels, film channels, remote TV channels, corporate information channels and disaster recovery channels.


Designed for 24/7 unattended operation, AirBox can also be operated manually – including the ability to handle live-to-air throughput. AirBox is supported by a wide range of optional modules. PlayBox Neo CloudAir can be configured for terrestrial, satellite or CDN-based playout under full IP control. It also forms a platform for secure IP-linked media asset management and archiving, accessible by authorised personnel anywhere in the world. PlayBox Neo AirBox and CloudAir can deliver output in baseband SD, HD or UHD SDI, in DVB/ATSC-compliant streams and in web-based formats such as RTMP. Simulcasting of SDI and one or multiple streams is also possible.