has integrated its DVB core software components into the open source software platform used by leading video and broadband service providers around the globe. It will be widely available in Q2, 2020.
DTVKit is a shared source community, offering a suite of market proven DTV software components to its members, comprising of DVB, MHEG, and CI Plus software stacks. The first stage integration will run RDK with DVBCore integrated, decoding and displaying content using a Satellite (DVB-S) tuner.
RDK is an open source software platform for the connected home that standardises core functions used in broadband, video and IoT connected devices. It enables service providers to manage their devices; control their business models; and customize their apps, UIs and data analytics to improve the customer experience and drive business results.
Phil Evans, Managing Director of DTVKit, said: “The growing interest in RDK makes it an obvious choice for integration to our DVBCore, offering a full hybrid solution for all DVB cases. This will enable RDK to address wide segments of the operator market.”
Steve Heeb, President and General Manager of RDK, added: “RDK is committed to continually enhancing our support for European TV service providers and others that rely on DVB. We are delighted to see the integration of DTVKit’s DVB core software with RDK to support the needs of their community and ours.”
DTVKit plans to release its RDK version of DVBCore code to its member community in Q2 of this year. DTVKit works to ensure its solutions are kept up to date with the latest market requirements, to maximise the benefit to its members.