The Interactive TV company Sixty has integrated its Ease TV user interface framework with Huawei’s Envision Solution. Sixty’s Ease TV will use Huawei Envision Open API to provide a more powerful and flexible hybrid video solution for new and existing operator customers.
Developed by a unique team of graphic, broadcast design professionals and developers, Sixty developed Ease TV to enable operators to quickly design and launch television experiences. It offers a high performance UI framework and modules for core TV functionality such as Live TV Catch-up, My TV, TV Guide, Portal Menu, PVR, Search, Radio, Settings, and VOD. The Sixty solution is highly flexible and enables operators to provide services that fully reflect their brand. Ease TV is a STB UI software product that enables distributors to offer premium user experiences to their customers. The product is built upon 10 years of experience in the market which has made the technology flexible and easy to adapt to different types of hardware and platform configurations.
“The Sixty Ease TV solution is a great fit with our Envision Solution as both Huawei and Sixty believe in providing flexible powerful solutions that combine content-centric navigation with the ability to bridge the gap between linear TV and on-demand,” says Mr. Martin Chen, The General Manager of Converged Video Platform IS Domain, Huawei.
“Earlier this year Sixty built and deployed a new set-top box solution for Altibox using Ease TV technology in close cooperation with Altibox and Huawei,” says Kjetil Horneland, CEO, Sixty. “Today’s announcement enables operators to very simply make the power of the Sixty Ease TV framework and Huawei Envision Solution available to their customers. I look forward to cooperate with Huawei Envision to launch the video experiences that make the most of every pixel.”
Huawei Envision Solution is a series of solutions including Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB), IP Television (IPTV), and Over the Top (OTT). Huawei Envision Solution helps video operators to provide high-quality (HD, Blu-ray, 4K, etc.) and content-rich video services to the end users with STB, mobile phone, tablet, PC and other terminals. Its flexible architecture is designed to support future evolution and expansion of operators’ video services.