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Oregan launches SparQ middleware for Linux and Android TV

Digital TV software and services company Oregan has launched the latest version of its advanced set-top box client middleware solution, SparQ, aimed at legacy Linux set-top boxes and Android TV. Oregan said that the open standards-based offering resolves the differences between the current security and performance requirements of modern-day TV services and the hardware capabilities […]

Amino partners with Nordija

TV device and software specialist Amino has teamed up with middleware provider Nordija to debut of a dual mode platform designed to enable operators to move between Android and Linux based TV delivery. The new solution provides operators with the tools to deliver a consistent, state of the art user experience and was developed to […]

Netflix continues HTML5 rollouts

Firefox users can now watch Netflix on Linux, a move that the SVOD giant described as a “huge milestone” in its commitment to HTML5 video. Netflix first announced plans fours years ago to replace Silverlight with HTML5 video, and since then it has launched the latter on Chrome OS, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, Firefox. […]

iWedia to present software for Android, Linux STBs

Switzerland-based iWedia will demo its Teatro-3.0 software solution for connected receivers and its Teatro-3.5 software solution for Android TV set-top boxes at ANGA COM. The Teatro-3.0 software solution is based on Linux and is integrated with the Conax Contego content protection platform and is “ideally suited at emerging markets that migrate to digital TV,” according […]

HTTV teams up with Foxxum for pay TV

Hybrid digital TV technology provider HTTV has teamed up with smart TV platform provider Foxxum to create a joint solution for pay TV operators. Under the partnership, HTTV’s customers will have access to international content and applications supported by Foxxum. HTTV’s TV operating system for connected TVs, httvLink, is based on Linux and HTML5 and […]