The joint solution offers enhanced performance over the Qt based browser, which is typically used with the DTVKit HbbTV solution, according to DTVKit.
“By combining the DTVKit HbbTV solution and the Ekioh browser, we have been able to make available a high quality turn-key product that can be taken straight into production,” said DTVKit CEO, Phil Evans.
DTVKit is a UK-based organisation that provides the core building blocks of a royalty free broadcast DVB and HbbTV solution in source code form.
The joint solution will be demoed on Broadcom’s cost-effective BCM7362 silicon at the show.
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