Orange’s Livebox goes UHD

Orange is launching a UHD-capable version of its Livebox platform. Livebox was announced at the fourth Show Hello in Paris, with the company pledging significant
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Orange is launching a UHD-capable version of its Livebox platform.

Livebox was announced at the fourth Show Hello in Paris, with the company pledging significant investment in UHD content.

It will supported be Canal+ in the build up to the release.

Orange has stated that it will have 300 UHD titles available upon commercial launch, with exclusive releases available just ten months after theatrical release.

Netflix will also provide a variety of UHD titles for Orange customers, including Breaking Bad, Da Vinci Code, Daredevil, Bloodline, and Narcos.

The new Livebox, which was designed with fibre customers in mind, is also enabled for ADSL networks, and possesses a 1TB hard drive.

In addition to film and TV content, Canal+ will also provide football and rugby content for the service, including eight Euro 2016 matches and the final of the Top 14. The content will be available through linear channel Canal+, as well as the Canal+ à la Demande VoD service.

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