12.12.2006 08:00 AM
ITVN to use NXP set-top box solution

Interactive Television Networks (ITVN) has selected the NXP STB810 set-top box semiconductor solution to build IP set-top box (STB) devices for mass deployment in the United States.

ITVN’s new IP-STBs will offer an interactive IPTV experience for consumers to play back thousands of on-demand videos.

The NXP STB810 solution offers comprehensive and easy-to-use Linux and Windows CE software environments. It also supports multiple video formats including SD H.264; MPEG4-ASP; WM9 up to 720p at 24fps; and MPEG-2 up to 1080i. In addition, the NXP STB810 solution provides advanced features, such as video telephony, picture quality improvement, time-shift recording, DVD playback, storage and personal video recording.

For more information, visit www.nxp.com.

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