Tatung Technology joins DTVKit

DTVKit, the not-for-profit organisation, providing the core building blocks of a broadcast DVB stack royalty free, today announced that Tatung Technology Inc. (TTI) have joined DTVKit as a product member.

Tatung Technology, with global headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, serves the world of digital television and the digital home market, specialising in a wide range of digital TV CPE devices, from video gateway, set-top box, wireless devices, content delivery OTT and multiple screen solutions.  TTI works alongside its partners to offer customised and cost effective solutions, with a key understanding of the challenges and opportunities in the digital TV Market.

TTI’s collaboration with DTVKit is to develop a series of set-top box products, from H.264/1080p60 entry zapper to premium Ultra HD HEVC/4Kp60 gateway, for the delivery of MHEG and HbbTV solutions, in conjunction with IP, satellite, cable and terrestrial DVB services. Beyond TTI’s offering, this new development leverages the latest and most comprehensive software components from DTVKit and will be built on top of TTI’s STB software platform including Linux/ HTML5 Browser, Android, embedded and the latest RDK2.0.

“We are very pleased that TTI has joined DTVKit” comments Amy Cleary, Marketing and Operations Manager at DTVKit. “TTI is an innovative and well respected manufacturer in the Digital TV industry and we look forward to their contribution to the foundation on accelerating time to market for new products in this ever evolving market.”

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