Digital TV News: Tuxera
iWedia integrates Tuxera streaming technology with its Linux-based STB software
Sep 11, 2015 – iWedia has announced that it has integrated its Linux-based Teatro-3.0 STB software for IP-connected zappers with the AllConnect streaming technology of Tuxera. AllConnect lets the user share music, photos, videos, movies and TV shows to any screen.
News categories: iWedia, Tuxera, Hervé Creff, Claudio Camacho, Digital TV, IBC2019, Middleware, Set Top Box, Smart Home, Worldwide
Tuxera releases streaming SDK for Android and iOS
Sep 5, 2014 – Tuxera has announced its cross-platform content streaming solution AllConnect SDK is now available for evaluation. AllConnect is compatible with all devices that support Apple Airplay, Google Chromecast, DIAL or DLNA standards.
News categories: Tuxera, Claudio Camacho, Mikko Välimäki, Apps, Digital TV, Games Console, Mobile, OTT, Set Top Box, Smart Home, Smart TV
Fortis selects Tuxera FAT for Personal Video Recorders
Jan 30, 2014 – Tuxera has announced that Fortis has selected Tuxera's File Allocation Table (FAT) for their personal video recorders (PVRs) for improved interoperability and file system reliability.
News categories: Tuxera, Fortis, Jake Lee, Mikko Välimäki, DVR, Middleware, Worldwide
Humax Selects Tuxera File Systems for High Performance, Fail Safe Recording
May 29, 2012 – Tuxera has announced that Humax (KOSDAQ:028080) has selected Tuxera file systems to power its advanced set-top box (STB) products. With Tuxera file systems, Humax STBs will support the recording of video streams to any external attached storage.
News categories: Tuxera, Humax, DVR, Middleware, Set Top Box
MStar selects Tuxera file system for its set-top box chipsets
Nov 16, 2011 – Tuxera has announced that MStar Semiconductor has selected Tuxera's interoperable file systems for its Systems-on-a-Chip. With Tuxera's file system, consumers can attach Windows-formatted portable hard drives and other storage to set-top boxes.
News categories: Tuxera, MStar Semi, Digital TV, DVR, Middleware, Semiconductor, Set Top Box
Skyworth Selects Tuxera for Fully Interoperable, High Performance PVR Functionality
Aug 9, 2011 – Tuxera has announced that Skyworth (Hong Kong: 0751) has chosen Tuxera's file system solution to achieve fully interoperable, high-performance personal video recorder (PVR) functionality across its devices.
News categories: Tuxera, Skyworth, DVR, Middleware
FULAN Selects Tuxera NTFS for Multi-Channel PVR Over USB
Mar 14, 2011 – Tuxera HAS announced that FULAN Electronics has selected Tuxera NTFS interoperable file system solution for its Full HD set-top boxes powered by Fulan's new Spark service. FULAN is one of the top set-top box manufacturers in China.
News categories: Tuxera, FULAN, Digital TV, DVR, Middleware, Set Top Box
Fortis Chooses Tuxera NTFS to Extend Interoperability for Its Full HD PVRs
Feb 22, 2011 – Tuxera has announced that Fortis has selected Tuxera NTFS interoperable file system solution for Fortis' Full HD PVRs. Tuxera NTFS makes it possible to record three channels and playback two HD channels simultaneously in NTFS file systems.
News categories: Tuxera, Fortis, DVR, Middleware, Set Top Box
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