TiVo-owned Cubiware has partnered with ALi Corporation to integrate CubiTV Hybrid Middleware on ALi set-top boxes.
The joint solution will allow pay-TV providers and telecom operators to deliver enriched hybrid or IPTV services, and is designed to offer ‘highly competitive solutions’ to its customers.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with ALi Corporation to bring a feature-rich, competitive solution to service providers,” said Jakub Gorski, co-founder of Cubiware.
“This collaboration will provide viewers with greater choice and content and an exceptional TV viewing experience.”
The ALi chipset features a solution that targets applications including hybrid set-top boxes, multimedia gateways, IPTV set-top boxes, OTT multimedia players and HDMI dongles.
TiVo completed the acquisition of Poland-based Cubiware, which provides software for emerging market pay-TV operators, in May 2015, and announced at the time that the deal will see it expand its business in 25 countries.
“Our partnership with Cubiware will move our business forward tremendously,” said Tony Chang, chief operating officer of ALi Corporation.
“The CubiTV Hybrid Middleware technology integrated on ALi’s high-performing chipset will enable operators to bring innovative digital TV experiences to viewers everywhere.”