Digital TV News: Raj Talluri

Qualcomm announces availability of industry’s first LTE Broadcast SDK
Sep 18, 2014 – Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM) has announced the availability of the LTE Broadcast SDK for Qualcomm Snapdragon processors. Developers will be able to access a common API that can be used in all regions around the world.
News categories: Qualcomm, Raj Talluri, 5G, Digital TV, Middleware, Semiconductor, Worldwide

Qualcomm shows live LTE-TDD Broadcast with HEVC and DASH in China
May 15, 2014 – Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM) has announced that, in collaboration with (NASDAQ: SOHU), it has conducted the first announced live public demonstration of LTE-TDD Broadcast in China, featuring HEVC and DASH technologies.
News categories: Qualcomm,, Raj Talluri, Zeng, Xiongjie, 5G, Broadband, China, Digital TV, Mobile, Streaming

Technicolor and Qualcomm collaborate on DTT+LTE Android STB
Sep 12, 2013 – Technicolor and Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM) have collaborated to produce a new set-top box, known as SVELTE (Stimulating Video Experience over LTE), featuring LTE technology, terrestrial broadcast and Android OS.
News categories: Technicolor, Qualcomm, Michel Rahier, Raj Talluri, 5G, Broadband, Digital TV, Mobile, Semiconductor, Set Top Box, Streaming, Terrestrial

Discretix Content Protection Incorporated in Qualcomm's Snapdragon StudioAccess™ Technology
Jun 25, 2012 – Discretix has announced that its DRM and Link Protection have been incorporated into Qualcomm's (Nasdaq: QCOM) Snapdragon StudioAccess™ technology. The combination transforms any mobile device into a personal media center with the ability to securely share and view premium content.
News categories: Discretix, Qualcomm, Content Protection, Digital TV, DRM, Mobile, Semiconductor, Silicon IP, Smart Home, Smartphone, Streaming

Qualcomm Expands Snapdragon Family with Introduction of Processors for Smart TVs and Digital Media Adapters
Jan 10, 2012 – Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM) has announced that the Company's Snapdragon™ processors are powering smart TVs at CES in Las Vegas. The first example, from Lenovo, is the world's first smart TV running on the Android 4.0 operating system.
News categories: Qualcomm, Lenovo, CES2023, Digital TV, ICs, Semiconductor, Set Top Box, Smart TV