Humax has launched an open platform HTML5-based smart set-top box, which it will supply to Korean cable TV operator T-broad.
The set-top supplier says the new box would support Smart Plus, the next generation pay-tv service T-broad that launched last month.
The web-connected set-top box will let users browse the internet, download applications, and access video on demand.
Humax said that this first commercial smart TV service in the world that is based on the open platform HTML5, though “many other pay-tv operators are preparing the TV service”.
ICYMI: Vizio ads AVOD content to WatchFree+ streamer digitaltveurope.com/2021/12/03/viz… https://t.co/i6syMw9Eli
04 December 2021 @ 19:30:00 UTC
DTVE: the week in view – Should streamers help to fund Europe’s network expansion? digitaltveurope.com/comment/should… https://t.co/uiemoYclmz
04 December 2021 @ 14:33:00 UTC
ICYMI: FTC sues to block US$40 billion Nvidia-Arm deal digitaltveurope.com/2021/12/03/ftc… https://t.co/TM7gLDbasg
03 December 2021 @ 21:31:00 UTC