With the ever-growing popularity of Roku and Amazon around the globe, these devices serve as stable platforms for service provider customers to extend their reach to any big screen with an HDMI connection.
“Smartlabs is proud to announce the launch of projects in North America, providing platforms on Amazon and Roku devices. With our vast experience and expertise, we empower our customers to revolutionize their streaming experiences, ensuring exceptional UI,” the company said in a statement.
“Each product comes with its own unique features, functions and points of differentiation. We at Smartlabs are well-versed in these technical and commercial aspects of both Amazon’s Fire TV and Roku streaming products and have integrated our UI apps into both these market leading families of retail devices. The combination of SmartTUBE UI apps and these market leading retail steaming devices enables our customers to offer the highest quality big screen video service without the overhead of providing a dedicated STB. To get started subscribers simply need to download their service provider’s customised application from the Roku Channel Store or the Amazon App Store and login to gain access to their service provider’s video services”.
Amazon Fire TV has gained popularity in recent years, with a range of options available, including Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Cube.
The Roku operating system is the #1 selling smart TV OS in the US with 43% TV unit share