Digeo nets two-way license

Thu, 04/07/2005 - 8:00pm
Jeff Baumgartner

Digeo Inc. has obtained a license from CableLabs that enables the set-top software developer to build and support two-way applications that run on the OpenCable Application Platform (OCAP).

Digeo has signed the CableCARD Host Interface Licensing Agreement (CHILA), which gives vendors the license for the OCAP middleware and the ability to interface with devices that support a removable security module called the CableCARD.

Digeo offers a range of "Moxi" media center and multi-room set-top applications that run on boxes built by vendors such as Motorola Inc. and Scientific-Atlanta.

"With this agreement we will work closely with CableLabs to produce Moxi products that deliver the promise of two-way interactive digital entertainment to both consumers and cable operators," said Digeo CEO Jim Billmaier.


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