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Android™ TV vs. Legacy Linux-Based Set-Top-Boxes

Legacy devices based on Linux can no longer meet today’s market needs for agility: the old Linux-based model is inflexible and is based on a ‘locked-in’ interplay between user interface, middleware and Set-Top-Box platform. Read the white paper written by Technicolor and its partner 3SS and learn about the 2 rules that Network Service Providers need to adopt when developing Android TV Set-top-boxes, and how this compares to Linux-based products.


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