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2004-10-26 Samsung, CableLabs team on two-way digital cable products
Samsung Electronics has agreed to license the OpenCable Application Platform (OCAP) compliant middleware from CableLabs for its interactive digital TVs and set-top boxes.
2004-06-21 Motorola licenses encryption technology to Korea
Motorola Inc. is licensing its cable scrambling technology for use in the fast-growing South Korean market for cable TV and Internet access.
2005-01-11 LG Electronics inks agreement with CableLabs
LG Electronics Inc. has entered into agreements with CableLabs that will allow LG to implement OpenCable application platform (OCAP)-compliant middleware on its interactive digital TVs (DTVs) and set-top boxes.
2002-11-07 ADI ships industry's first 5V CMOS line driver
The AD8328 line driver IC from Analog Devices Inc. is touted to be the industry's first 5V CMOS line driver IC for DOCSIS 2.0-compatible cable modems.
2005-03-22 Panasonic inks CableLabs licenses for two-way digital cable products
Panasonic has entered into agreements with CableLabs that allow the company to implement OpenCable application platform (OCAP) middleware on its cable-ready digital TV receivers, set-top boxes, and other products to support two-way, interactive cable services.
2006-03-22 Zoran DTV processor powers Humax JC-5000
Zoran announced that its Generation 9 Elite digital television processor powers the Humax JC-5000, a new digital cable STB for the ARIB-standard market in Japan.
2002-08-22 Zarlink tuner chipset reduce STB size, cost
Zarlink Semiconductor Inc.'s two-device chipset for tuning analog and digital RF cable TV signals allows designers of cable STBs to shrink tuner designs by 50 percent and reduce tuner costs by up to 20 percent.
2002-01-09 Zarlink chipset splits, tunes, processes RF cable signals
The SL2150F/SL2101/SL2009 integrated chipset is designed for splitting, tuning and processing digital and analog RF cable signals.
2008-01-09 Xceive eyes for the demise of the CAN tuner
"The end of CAN tuner has begun." So says Xceive Corp., a producer of RF-to-baseband transceivers for the TV, PC and STB markets.
2006-06-02 Vista OS sags, FlexGo scores
A new system concept for emerging markets called FlexGo stole the show at Microsoft's Windows Hardware Engineering Conference last month.
2010-01-08 STB SoC delivers high def at low cost
Broadcom Corp. has unveiled the BCM7408 client high-definition (HD) STB SoC solution to its Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) product family.
2005-12-12 ST's ST20 J-Engine based on Sun's Java software
ST announced the availability of ST20 J-Engine, a highly optimized Java Virtual Machine for the ST20 CPU, based on the Sun Java Connected Device Configuration HotSpot Implementation software.
2003-11-10 Samsung to use ATI chips for digital television
ATI Technologies Inc. has signed an agreement with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd for "strategic cooperation" and working together on Samsung's next-generation digital televisions, ATI said.
2005-08-29 Samsung gains CableLabs certification on 2-way DTV
In a major milestone for cable's interactive digital evolution, Samsung Electronics has achieved certification status for an OCAP-enabled interactive digital TV (DTV) set in a recently concluded test wave held at CableLabs.
2007-01-10 Panasonic readies Java-enabled digital cable-ready plasma
Panasonic said that it will start offering a Java-enabled digital cable STB to U.S. cable operators within the next quarter.
2007-11-06 Multistandard native 1080/60p HD decoders target next-gen STBs
Horizon Semiconductors claims the industry's first single chip multistandard native 1,080/60p high-definition decoders for triple-play/quad-play cable, satellite and IPTV STBs.
2007-05-01 IPR issues threaten open standards' future
A Java-based API designed to bring interactivity to DTV broadcasts and STBs is being proclaimed dead-on-arrival in Europe, a casualty of mishandled procedures for disclosing intellectual property rights (IPR) related to the standard.
2004-11-26 CableLabs approves VCPS technology
CableLabs announced today that it has approved the VCPS technology jointly developed by Philips and Hewlett-Packard that enables consumers to enjoy home recordings of certain high-value cable programming.
2005-01-13 Broadcom unveils DVD player/recorder reference design
Broadcom announced a high definition DVD player/recorder reference design targeted at the HD consumer DVD equipment market.
2002-05-28 Broadcom adds cable modem, dual tuner architecture to STB SoC
The BCM7110 CATV STB SoC from Broadcom Corp. provides a DOCSIS 1.1 cable modem that enables advanced interactive TV functionality, and a dual tuner architecture that allows simultaneous viewing of Internet and video, or two independent program streams.
2006-03-01 AMD's Live aims to bring online content to the TV
The brand names rhyme, but otherwise, AMD's Live has little in common with Intel's Viiv.
2005-08-22 Advancing the set-top box
Designers need to manage multiple specifications and integrate PVR, WLAN, cable modem, telephony and a host of other technologies in order to develop set-top boxes and residential gateways for worldwide markets.
2007-03-21 1.1GHz TV tuners support MoCA home net specs
According to Microtune, its new MT2022 DSG tuner and the MT2122 analog/digital video tuner are the first 1.1GHz tuners in the industry and are MoCA-compatible without additional filtering.
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