London, UK, 8/11/2017: Leading provider of digital signage, IPTV and video streaming solutions, Tripleplay has announced that support for LG webOS 3.0 system-on-chip will be included as part of its next software release; Caveman 1.0.
Having already announced support for BrightSign Media Players, Tripleplay can now announce that support for LG webOS 3.0 and 3.2 will be available in the New Year following the release of its latest software platform, showing further evidence of Tripleplay’s agile approach to development, commitment to versatility and open standards.
Tripleplay’s integration has already been deployed at one of the world’s newest and most exciting sports stadia, the Wanda Metropolitano, home to Atletico Madrid, and will incorporate support for TripleSign Digital Signage and TripleTV IPTV.
Dr. Peter Martin, chief technology officer at Tripleplay, sees this as an important next step for the business, “LG is one of the world’s most highly regarded smart TV brands and Tripleplay has grown to become one of the top names in digital signage and IPTV, and this integration offers us both some great opportunities in the professional AV industry.
“We have a live site successfully deployed using this technology and this development will ensure our clients and partners remain confident that by using Tripleplay they are future proofed and are working with a global leader in the market.”
Tripleplay support for LG webOS system-on-chip will be included in all new deployments following the release of Caveman 1.0 in December 2017, whilst existing clients can follow their upgrade path to Caveman 1.0 and benefit from the same enhancement.
Tripleplay’s LG webOS integration can be seen at the Tripleplay User Group and Partner Conference taking place in London on the 21st and 22nd November.
*LG webOS & Tripleplay integration will initially only be available in selected regions (APAC and EMEA).