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CES 2014: TV processors tailored for the web

Opera Software and Sigma Designs today announced that the Opera Devices SDK will land in Sigma Designs’ Smart TV processors. Opera partnered with Sigma in 2013 to demonstrate Opera’s TV web products for Sigma Designs’ Smart TV processors. Now, by licensing the TV technology powered by Opera’s SDK, Sigma offers TV and device manufacturers web solutions that can be easily integrated into their products, bringing end users a great web experience and highly entertaining web services.

“By licensing the Opera Devices SDK, Sigma will be able to meet the complex needs of TV manufacturers, who want to design different engaging web options easily,” says Aneesh Rajaram, Senior Vice-President for TV & Devices, Opera Software. “We are looking forward to seeing the first results of our cooperation, which will satisfy content-hungry viewers, who are looking for a premium Smart TV experience.”

The Opera Devices SDK powers the web experience on tens of millions of devices made by over 50 customers, including Sony, Samsung, TiVo, Humax, Arris, Cisco, Amino, TCL, Sharp, Vestel and Altech. Opera Software’s web products for Smart TV devices also include the Opera TV Store app platform and the Opera TV browser.

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