The deployments, undertaken this year, were as a technology provider and system integrator for Sky Italy’s HD TV decoder and backend platform for Telecom Italia subscribers; Canal+ Group’s new “CubeS” hybrid internet and DTT set-top-box; and Belgacom’s Proximus TV roll out of Netflix across its installed base.
Meanwhile, the new products are Frog Turnkey and Frog for Android.
The former, announced in June, reuses and extends the core components available in Frog to pack all the features for traditional linear broadcast TV consumption and on-demand content served over the internet into an integrated package.
It will be demonstrated at IBC by STB manufacturers to be announced shortly, as well as on Broadcom’s and STMicroelectronics’ respective booths.
Wyplay, located in Hall 5, A25, will also lift the veil on its integration of the core Frog secure TV player stack into Android TV “Lollipop”.
Jacques Bourgninaud, Wyplay’s CEO, said: “Wyplay is now at the heart of the services offered by our Tier-1 operator customers for whom we have in the last year developed and deployed three new projects based on our open source Frog set-top-box and backend software.”
He added: “Building on this momentum, we are expanding the scope of our products offering with the Frog Turnkey solution for growth markets and with the Frog for Android that will both catapult the business of our more than 95 Frog licensees to new heights.“