HTTV and FOXXUM team-up for HbbTVThursday, September 4th, 2014
HTTV and FOXXUM partner over Hybrid TV to offer top-notch user experience
HTTV, a leading software solution provider for Digital TV, and FOXXUM, a leading Smart TV solutions specialist, today announced they team-up to create a unique Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV partnership. Both companies have joined forces to offer a first class solution for Pay TV operators.
httvLink is HTTV’s TV operating system for connected TV receivers. It is based on Linux and HTML5 solutions. It is fully compatible with HbbTV, the growing standard for connected TV. httvLink offers advanced features such as multi-screen, TV portal applications, user-profile management, distribution of content within the home, non-linear TV services (VOD, catch-up TV and Push VOD), enhanced EPG, web browsing and multi-source media playback. It is available for all TV platforms: from pure broadcast (DVB-T/T2/ S/S2/ C front-ends) to pure IP (IPTV, OTT) and hybrid.
HTTV’s customers will benefits from a huge variety of international content and applications supported by FOXXUM.
“We are glad to partner with a key content provider such as FOXXUM” says Régis Saint Girons, HTTV’s CEO “Attractive content is a key factor of success for operators. This partnership will enable us to provide them an end to end offer including software, content and HbbTV applications. It will help our clients to reduce time to market and deliver the best content to seduce and retain their audience”
“For us at FOXXUM this partnership is quite logic and a great opportunity to access the operator market at the same time“explains Ronny Lutzi, CEO at FOXXUM. “Since we come from two sides – gathering content to develop attractive Smart TV offerings and integrating apps into different distribution channels to expand the reach for our content – HTTV, being already deeply involved in different platform and operator projects worldwide, is certainly the right partner for us to grow even further and to jointly develop this interesting market.”