Inview Technology sign licensing agreements to supply NEELiX platform to key silicon vendors

September 29, 2010 | Sarah Blackburn

Inview Technology, the world leading supplier of royalty free EPG’s has today announced that license agreements have been signed with a number of key global silicon vendors enabling the integration of its revolutionary NEELiX platform across millions of products.

The silicon vendors who have selected Inview to spearhead their IP launches throughout 2011 are Trident, Novatek, Mstar, MediaTek, NXP and SunPlus.

Through these agreements, NEELiX will be available across numerous technology platforms including TV’s, set top box receivers and Blu-ray players on both high and standard definition platforms. Products containing NEELiX will be launched at the Hong Kong Consumer Electronics Fair 13th -16th October.

Specifically engineered for resource constrained environments, NEELiX incorporates a fully integrated EPG, media browser and personal schedule tool designed with convenience in mind. A recommendation engine searches out broadcast and internet content that is relevant to individual user viewing profiles, viewing history, friend recommendations and video ranking. It also boasts a wide range of TV applications that provide easy access to internet content including video streaming, instant messaging, news and weather reports, online radio and secure On Demand TV without having to use a browser or search engines.

NEELiX has been designed to be an evolving service and content delivery platform and additional applications will become available over time. The NEELiX software development kits will also enable third parties to create their own applications and can be launched into any system, subject to approval.

Keith Wiggins Commercial Director for Inview said: “This is a really exciting time for Inview, our approach is totally unique; NEELiX is a revolutionary platform that will enable us to bring IP connected products to the mass market when currently connectivity is only available on high-end, expensive products.”