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Opera To Expand to TVs, set-top boxes and Consumer Electronics
Posted on 5-Jan-2006 14:37. | Tags Filed under: News.



Opera Software will increase focus on developing and marketing solutions for networked devices, including TVs, set-top boxes and consumer electronics. The company says its browser's core technology can deliver a superior Internet experience and enable the use of Web technologies such as AJAX (asynchronous JavaScript and XML) to create advanced applications and dynamic user interfaces.

Opera has developed special features such as TV rendering (TVR) and is integrated with leading middleware solutions to enable high quality end user experiences for advanced digital TV set-top boxes, networked HDTVs, Blu-ray and HD DVD players, DVRs, and media servers.

Fro consumer electronics, the full Internet and AJAX-based user interfaces can be leveraged on portable media players, VoIP screen phones, Web tablets, remote controls, game consoles and digital cameras.

The Opera browser technology can also be integrated into multi-function peripherals (MFPs), industrial handhelds, robots, automation and control systems, medical devices, test and measurement equipment, as well as other specialized devices.




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