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Jio unveils Jio TV+, the OTT content aggregator for STB users

KOLKATA: Over the last few years, Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL)’s annual general meetings have always bombarded shareholders, investors, users. While Google’s investment in Jio Platform and 5G solution, Jio has also unveiled a new feature for its set-top box users, JioTV+. JioTV+  is a content...

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TRAI recommends mandatory STB interoperability

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) today released recommendations on interoperability of set top box (STB) for digital TV broadcasting services. Presently, the STBs deployed in the cable TV networks are non-interoperable, i.e. the same STB cannot be used interchangeably across the...

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Technicolor to showcase comprehensive range of technologies at CES

MUMBAI: Technicolor Connected Home to demonstrate a comprehensive range of technologies -- including DOCSIS 3.1,Android TV and Reference Design Kit (RDK), Wi-Fi 6, 6Ghz Wi-Fi, 5G, and Fiber Interoperability solutions at CES conference in Las Vegas January 7-10, 2020.

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TRAI extends time to receive comments on STB interoperability consultation paper

TRAI has extended the deadline for receiving comments on the consultation paper ‘Interoperability of Set Top Box (STB)’ for digital TV broadcasting services by 10 days till 18 December. Earlier, the deadline for the same was 9 December.

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DTH companies against changes to KYC norms for STBs

DTH operators believe that there is no need to change the KYC process for set top boxes (STBs) as the current process is well-equipped to meet the requirements and the DTH industry is already adhering to a comprehensive KYC process, which has been working effectively till date.

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