SERAPHIC to launch commercial OpApp solution at IBC2018Tuesday, September 4th, 2018
SERAPHIC pioneers in commercial OpApp solution at IBC2018
SERAPHIC highlights itself as a hybrid TV technology leader and is proud to announce that its Sraf OpApp solution which is ready for commercial use will be officially launched at IBC2018. This will be the industry’s cutting-edge commercial Operator Application software product that is compliant with the latest standard specification by ETSI TS 103 606 V1.1.1 (2018-05).
According to Xinwen Xue, VP Product Management at SERAPHIC, Sraf OpApp solution is especially outstanding in saving resource and time. Built on mature and widely-deployed Sraf HbbTV 2 solution, Sraf OpApp solution only takes small efforts to finish integration on customer projects. Meanwhile, by leveraging the advantage of being pre-integrated on mainstream DTV SoC platforms, it will ease the time-to-deploy pressure for operator services and shorten time-to-market for Smart DTV and STB CPEs which are based on OpApp specification.
Due to its superb and leading position, Sraf OpApp solution has been chosen by multiple renowned operators, such as HD+ in Germany and Tivusat in Italy for Smart TVs and STBs, separately supported by leading device manufacturers Arcelik and Skyworth Digital. The products powered by Sraf OpApp solution will go to the market in Q4 of this year.
Meanwhile, SERAPHIC works closely with key OpApp developers, like Yotta Media Lab, Sofia Digital, etc., to verify and deploy OpApp application development for operators, which ensures Sraf OpApp the better compliance with OpApp applications from key operators.
Sraf OpApp solution demonstration will be on display at SERAPHIC booth (E12, Hall 14). Furthermore, the onsite OpApp Live Demo event is also available at 4 pm during the show. Attendees who’re interested are welcomed to visit SERAPHIC booth or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for a meetup arrangement.
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