The partnership is designed to improve the quality of experience of Foxxum’s smart TV app store on Linux and Android devices by supporting the latest industry standards.
Foxxum’s smart TV solution is already available in 20 languages for a wide range of smart TVs from more than 30 different manufacturers – including Hisense, Haier, Sharp and TCL.
Foxxum provides smart TV solutions with brands across all stages of the global consumer electronics value chain – from silicon vendors, to device manufacturers, operators and content partners.
It has developed and distributes smart TV apps like Dailymotion, Deutsche Welle, Giallo Zafferano, Howdini, SBT, and PlayKids, while the Foxxum TV App Store gives access to over 1 billion video titles across multiple content providers.
“Smart TVs have long been plagued with slow, clunky user interfaces, but these days are now over thanks to companies like Foxxum,” said Neale Foster, chief operating officer at Access Europe.
“Today, we are proud to be involved in enabling smart TV services to compete with linear TV, using lightning speed browser engines and improved search and recommendation systems that adapt to any consumer on any continent.”