Sunday, August 8, 2010

It doesn't matter if Google TV never comes to India.

Google TV is set to revolutionize the world by changing the way people view TV but only a few people know that a device/platform similar to Google TV (GTV) is already out there from a long time.
Where did it come from?
Well an Indian Start-up located in Bangalore established in 2005 by the name NextBiT Computing already created what is called  TVeeBox. Vishal Borker, CEO and technical director of TVeeBox says 

"It is a device which is one of the first to be truly convergent says , NextBiT Computing".

NextBiT Computing has created a patented technology  named MODYA video-on-demand server architecture and middle ware technology which allows to deliver video on demand content and services over networks at just  3% of the infrastructure costs and bandwidth, which has been a problem for traditional VOD service providers.

What is The TVeeBox?

The TVeeBox box is a complete set top box core which is based on  the licensable ORB software core. The TVeeBox has a standard LAN connection and is compatible with all HSDPA, 3G, and EVDO modems which are available by wireless broadband operators in India and handles almost any media filetype and content type like Music and videos.You can even download Movies and music
Just like the up coming Google TV it integrates TV and internet and brings it  to your TV screen. The user can surf  by using the browser, cloud PC, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, BitTorrent, Flickr,  and many more applications directly on the TV screen. It has an app store which  lets you download applications, media codec  so you can play any media file format. Also an added feature is the Video phone application, which allows users to make and receive video calls in high definition.
Whats more is that the TVeeBox supports almost all type of connectivity options like RCA, VGA or HDMI. It TVeeBox core only costs Rs 7,000 and Rs 10,000 which is quite good.
Its is totally integrable with rich graphic and feature rich media and convergence applications for device manufacturers.

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