ALi will incorporate graphyne2 technology into its newest HEVC system-on-chip (SoC) family, allowing original device manufacturers to deploy features of the next-generation TV platform.
ADB said that the result will be enhanced performance through ALi chipsets, allowing manufacturers to more easily support pay TV operators’ efforts to provide a seamless user experience between smartphones, tablets, PCs, smart TVs, STBs and other devices.
“Within our ecosystems of ConnectedOS partners, the extension of our relationship with ALi provides a proven and effective way of delivering STB’s that offer industry leading personalisation features along with seamless compatibility for added value elements, including a back-end provisioning platform and extended functions such as direct marketing messaging and audience tracking,” said Wojciech Doganowski, vice-president of product marketing, personal TV at ADB.
“Through this agreement and our wider partner programme, we give pay TV operators the widest possible choice of solutions and flexibility without compromising on reliability or future upgradability.”
ALi Corporation’s chief operating officer, Tony Chang, said: “The extension of our partnership with ADB offers tremendous advantages for our system development clients and TV operators. Integrating the graphyne2 personal TV solution into ALi’s high-performing chipset will enable operators to bring innovative TV experiences to viewers everywhere while offering operators new tools to unlock value added services and operating models.”
ADB will exhibit at IBC on stand 5.B60. The ALi Suite can be found at BM 19 and 20, 2F, Hall 1
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