Ocean Blue Software

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    You View & HbbTV Action Plan for CE Vendors

    The free-to-air Internet-connected TV service, which launches in UK homes next year, has been branded You View. Previously known as Project Canvas, the consortium of seven partners behind the project - BBC, ITV, Channels 4 and 5, Arqiva and Internet providers BT and Talk are now stakeholders in You View...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    ProjectOctopus: AnOcean Blue Paper on the Feasibility of Combining HTML5,Adobe Flash Lite,DVB AndMHEG-5as a Single Software Solution for the EuropeanDTVmarket

    The global digital TV marketplace is faced with the growing problem of having a multitude of different digital TV software standards. Consumer electronics corporations, such as television manufacturers, would like to incorporate one software product which fits all software standards, is this possible? The emergence of the Canvas Joint Venture...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Consumer Electronic Buyer's Quick Guide to Freeview and Digital TV Specifications

    The purpose of this paper is to help CE buyers in the UK understand the technology and minimum specification requirements for digital terrestrial TV receiver product (i.e. Freeview Products). Digital switchover starts in the UK in October 2007 and in order to access Digital TV services consumers will need a...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    A Guide to IPTV and Internet TV

    Tim Burners' Lee is acknowledged as starting the revolution via his creation of the World Wide Web (WWW) and responsible for assisting in the seven layer OSI Internet Protocols. Internet Protocol TeleVision (IPTV) is another application of the WEB and utilising broadband also called Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) transmission technology...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    DVB-H: Television on Your Mobile

    DVB-H is an open standard terrestrial multimedia broadcasting system designed especially for portable and mobile usage, which basically means one can watch TV from the mobile phone or other handheld device. There are a many benefits to DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting Handheld) and many would argue it is the best...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    An Ocean Blue Paper on MHEG Support for a Return Channel

    The MHEG-5 return path is an extension to MHEG-5 that gives more bandwidth to broadcasters by using the internet. There are two main reasons behind this extension; for services such as the BBC, a return path in MHEG-5 allows them to add streaming and static content on top of broadcast...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    World's FirstCI Plus (CI+ )Application

    Ocean Blue, in June 2008 in conjunction with SmarDTV, demonstrated the world's first Common Interface Plus (CI+) application, delivering advanced graphic applications inside a CAM, to run on a CI+ enabled television or set top box. The new CI+ standard paves the way for delivering highly interactive and secure subscriber...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Consumer Electronic Buyer's Quick Guide to Freeview and Digital TV Specifications

    The purpose of this paper is to help CE buyers in the UK understand the technology and minimum specification requirements for digital terrestrial TV receiver product (i.e. Freeview Products). Digital switchover starts in the UK in October 2007 and in order to access Digital TV services consumers will need a...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    World's FirstCI Plus (CI+ )Application

    Ocean Blue, in June 2008 in conjunction with SmarDTV, demonstrated the world's first Common Interface Plus (CI+) application, delivering advanced graphic applications inside a CAM, to run on a CI+ enabled television or set top box. The new CI+ standard paves the way for delivering highly interactive and secure subscriber...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    An Ocean Blue Paper on MHEG Support for a Return Channel

    The MHEG-5 return path is an extension to MHEG-5 that gives more bandwidth to broadcasters by using the internet. There are two main reasons behind this extension; for services such as the BBC, a return path in MHEG-5 allows them to add streaming and static content on top of broadcast...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    A Guide to IPTV and Internet TV

    Tim Burners' Lee is acknowledged as starting the revolution via his creation of the World Wide Web (WWW) and responsible for assisting in the seven layer OSI Internet Protocols. Internet Protocol TeleVision (IPTV) is another application of the WEB and utilising broadband also called Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) transmission technology...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    DVB-H: Television on Your Mobile

    DVB-H is an open standard terrestrial multimedia broadcasting system designed especially for portable and mobile usage, which basically means one can watch TV from the mobile phone or other handheld device. There are a many benefits to DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting Handheld) and many would argue it is the best...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    You View & HbbTV Action Plan for CE Vendors

    The free-to-air Internet-connected TV service, which launches in UK homes next year, has been branded You View. Previously known as Project Canvas, the consortium of seven partners behind the project - BBC, ITV, Channels 4 and 5, Arqiva and Internet providers BT and Talk are now stakeholders in You View...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    ProjectOctopus: AnOcean Blue Paper on the Feasibility of Combining HTML5,Adobe Flash Lite,DVB AndMHEG-5as a Single Software Solution for the EuropeanDTVmarket

    The global digital TV marketplace is faced with the growing problem of having a multitude of different digital TV software standards. Consumer electronics corporations, such as television manufacturers, would like to incorporate one software product which fits all software standards, is this possible? The emergence of the Canvas Joint Venture...

    Provided By Ocean Blue Software