Integration of Google Platform Brings
Seamless Access to Applications and Content to HDTV
IN Media Corp.
today announced the Set Top Box
integration with Google’s Android platform.
Media’s !ROFL IP Set Top Box
is now integrated with Google’s Android platform providing consumers the
ability to download games and applications from Google’s Android Market
application store. Customers will experience seamless integration with
their Android based mobile phones, Tablet PC’s running Android and all
Android enabled devices within IN Media’s Set top Box !ROFL.
can now share, view, play and interact with content driven from their
hand-held devices to their television sets. "With !ROFL, we have taken
the applications to big screen TVs, not only providing a 1080P High
Definition content viewing experience, while enjoying the full range of
Android supported applications," said Dr. Nick Karnik, IN Media C.E.O.
today’s world of convergence, having a seamless experience on multiple
devices using a standard platform of delivery, new cloud computing
technology takes users to an era of on demand content," Karnik stated.
Personal content storage streaming to multiple devices allows users to
store content on the network hosted by players such as Amazon
eliminating the need to burn DVDs to a hard disk to create a content
library. !ROFL takes advantage of Cloud Computing solutions.
Time is the new Prime Time,” Dr. Karnik said.
Media is a leading developer of Internet Protocol
Television (IPTV) appliances and interfaces with implementations of
the technology in key provinces of China
and planned roll outs in India and the United States.
Karnik is a technology entrepreneur with strong technical and marketing
background in media and technology businesses. His vision for IPTV
induced him to design new hardware and software platforms for cost
effective delivery of content. Dr. Karnik has over 20 years of
experience in information technology and media companies.
Media Corp. is a key driver in the convergence of Internet and broadcast
television as Internet based content becomes more prevalent with
mainstream consumers. IN Media’s set top solution takes advantage of
these initiatives and is starting to be shipped to international