Wyplay Set-Top Middleware Going Open-Source

Sept. 5, 2013
Wyplay, a provider of software solutions for pay TV operators, announced Frog by Wyplay, an open-source set-top box middleware initiative. The full source code of Wyplay's set-top middleware and backend add-ons will be accessible free of charge for evaluation an...
Wyplay, a provider of software solutions for pay TV operators, announced Frog by Wyplay, an open-source set-top box middleware initiative. The full source code of Wyplay's set-top middleware and backend add-ons will be accessible free of charge for evaluation and development purposes.Frog includes development kits for TV client devices, reference hardware, optional backend add-ons, and companion apps for smartphones or tablets. Based on open-source technologies and open standards, the solution is intended to be agnostic with respect to chipset, delivery frontend, and existing TV operator backend.Wyplay expects to release the source code of the core components incrementally, starting in the first quarter of 2014.

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