Sunday, 7 February 2016

Tata Sky and Videocon D2H DTH will Launch Smart HD Set Top Box

Tata Sky Dth TV and Videocon D2H dth TV together plan to launch Smart decoder satellite TV set top box. Tata Sky and Videocon D2H, leading direct to home TV (DTH) players in India have joined hands to launch a new Gen-next HD smart set top box (smart satellite TV decoder) with the capacity of Internet browsing before the end of Q1, 2016.

Changing the way we surf the Internet via the TV in the future, the new decoder, Gen-next HD smart set top box will enable eligible customers to browse the internet and can use certain internet apps including access to social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. It remains to be seen whether the DTH providers will make applications through its App Store or not.

Tata Sky and Videocon D2H DTH will Launch Smart HD Set Top Box

Commenting on the launch of the new satellite TV decoder, Saurabh Dhoot, CEO, Videocon D2H revealed that the introduction of the next generation HD decoder chip demonstrates its capabilities and unmatched innovation in the creation, delivery, and commissioning of implementing technologically advanced products.

By using these smart satellite TV set top boxes you can convert your existing TV into a Smart TV, you will be able to establish internet connections, not only with the global DTH programs, as well as standard and television. For example, you can read newspapers separately on the big screen without using USB sticks gear.

The new HD satellite TV decoder will vailable to customers at no additional cost, Harith Nagpal, CEO, Tata Sky has revealed that the service will be available before the end of Q1, 2016th

Nagpal also showed that as a platform for the distribution of quality content, the company wants to offer total freedom for consumers as regards the choice of materials and services.

If the rumors are true, the new smart HD decoder will have the ability to access social media platforms. However, we do not have any information about how users will publish updates via television. Most likely, the new decoder will support Bluetooth function and so you will be able to use an external keyboard to enter data.

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