London, UK, 15/11/2017: Global leader in digital signage, IPTV and video streaming, Tripleplay today announces support for the Samsung Tizen System-on-Chip platform, complete with full Lynk DRM encryption.
In 2015 Tripleplay was announced as the world’s first manufacturer to offer encrypted IPTV with integrated digital signage on the Samsung SSP platform; this is yet another major development for the industry. Since then Tripleplay has delivered large scale solutions for clients around the world including Daytona International Speedway, The SSE Arena Belfast and Queen Elizabeth II Stadium.
Tripleplay’s chief technology officer, Dr. Peter Martin commented, “With around 10,000 end points deployed on Samsung SSP, we have seen genuine appetite and interest in system-on-chip technology and see it as a vital development for our clients and partners.
“Samsung has invested significantly in its system-on-chip platform, with Tizen providing an impressive step forward, and that investment is justified in the advances we have been able to make in performance on our latest software release.”
Support for Samsung SSP Tizen will be included as a standard in the Caveman 1 software release due in early 2018 and the third major client device support announcement in as many weeks, following the announcement of its support for LG webOS system-on-chip and BrightSign Media Players.
Tripleplay’s Samsung SSP Tizen SOC Platform integration can be seen at the Tripleplay User Group and Partner Conference taking place in London on the 21st and 22nd November.