Editor | 15-09-2013
Two of the biggest names in the media and entertainment technology sector, Nagra and Technicolor, are teaming up to provide sectorservices and across the connected home.
Through this partnership the companies say that they are aiming to enhance the end consumer’s media experience by bridging the mobile, smart home, communication, social media and video ecosystems.
Under the terms of their agreement, Nagra will have access to Technicolor’s Qeo communication framework to develop applications for its OpenTV 5 solution which is designed to enable device and applications interoperability inside and outside of the home. The peer-to-peer, real-time Qeo framework is claimed to not only offer secure communication between applications and devices but also allow for the rapid development of services by interconnecting devices, platforms and applications of all kinds.
“OpenTV 5 offers an extremely flexible and expandable platform anticipating a broad range of connected home scenarios,” commented Samir Mehta, Senior Vice President of Nagra’s Middleware Solutions, “the integration of Technicolor’s Qeo technology is a solid proof point of this flexibility and it clearly opens a new realm of services opportunities for the Pay-TV and digital media markets.”