Smartlabs roll out enhanced RDK offering for video service providers
Smartlabs are pleased to add the latest RDK (Reference Design Kit) platform to their product portfolio, extending their already flexible delivery of multi-screen solutions for video service providers.
RDK is a modular Linux-based solution, providing vast customisation opportunities and alternative flexibility to Linux, allowing operators to develop unique features with greater ease. RDK also features pre-integrated premium video services, for example,YouTube and Netflix which makes RDK a very interesting option to consider for anyone who would like to add premium functionality to video services.
SmartLabs has extensive experience and understanding of how to integrate RDK into a multi-device solution and recently launched their RDK inclusive SML-5045 STB, which is shipping now.
Gary Hamer, SmartLabs’ Global VP for Business Development, says: “Our RDK solutions are another facet of SmartLabs’ integration and migration offerings. Like the solution we have for Linux and Android, we see RDK as another route for us to help operators future-proof legacy systems, without having to completely replace existing hardware.”
SmartLabs is the leading provider of multi-screen, multi-network solutions for the video streaming market. SmartLabs’ solutions deliver content services to over 7 million subscribers around the globe on multiple devices from SmartTVs to set-top boxes and smartphones. Its client base includes telcos (fixed and mobile), ISPs, cable operators, content and app service providers. SmartLabs partners with leading IPTV market leaders including Google, Widevine, Apple, Samsung, LG and Microsoft. Headquartered in Germany, SmartLabs has offices in the USA, Canada, UK, Cyprus and has been established for over 12 years, creating innovative solutions for the interactive TV market.
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