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TV Connect 2014: ACCESS & Zenterio demonstrate media sharing

ACCESS (TV Connect stand 93), a global provider of advanced software technologies to the mobile, beyond-PC and digital TV markets, and Zenterio, the provider of the independent operating system platform for interactive TV, today announced they will demonstrate ACCESS powered media sharing at TV Connect (18-20 March), Olympia, London.

“The ACCESS and Zenterio collaboration provides TV operators with an A to Z of advanced TV services,” says Dr. Neale Foster, VP Global Sales TV, ACCESS. “The integration of ACCESS HTML5 browsing and DLNA media sharing strengthens Zenterio OS and is designed to help Zenterio build on its impressively accelerating market traction.”

 “TV Connect sees us announce the integration with ACCESS’ NetFront Living Connect media sharing solution, building on the earlier integration of the NetFront Browser NX,” adds Samuel Lindstedt, CEO, Zenterio. “We chose to integrate ACCESS’ media sharing and browser with Zenterio OS because ACCESS has a great tradition of embedded software, great market penetration and its products have high functionality.”

ACCESS (TV Connect stand 93) is to host demos of NetFront Browser NX TV-centric HTML5 browser and NetFront Living Connect DLNA Technology Component. Zenterio (TV Connect stand 91) will demonstrate how its independent operating system is now integrated with NetFront Living Connect to provide DLNA-based media sharing.

 

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