Opera TV and ALi Corporation have announced the integration of Opera TV’s solution into ALi Corp.’s System-on-Chip (SoC) based Set-Top Boxes (STB).
“With a sharp focus on minimizing time-to-market for Pay TV Operators to enable OTT in the homes of the consumers, we’re excited to announce our collaboration with ALi,” said Aneesh Rajaram, CEO of Opera TV.
“Our engineering teams have combined fluently, bringing to market a fully capable OTT platform that now empowers operators to fulfill their consumer agenda by integrating a premium OTT experience within their own offering.”
“By providing an integrated solution we can make sure that consumers have access to the experience they want, while making it easier to for STB manufacturers and service providers to enter this fast evolving market,” said Tony Chang, Chief Operating Officer at ALi Corp. “Opera TV is known for the maturity, reliability and depth of their solution, thus a good partner for ALi. They work across a variety of device ecosystems seamlessly and make deployments easy.”
The Opera TV ecosystem is an unified platform for connected TV devices spanning more than 40 million devices shipped each year. Opera TV solutions include Opera TV 2.0, a next-generation OTT platform; Opera TV Snap 3.0, a complete end-to-end OTT app generator for broadcaster, content providers, and video on demand (VOD) services; Opera TV SDK, a platform for creating and rendering HTML5-based and video-centric user interfaces; and the Opera TV Store, an OTT experience for consumers.