(I should just rename this e-newsletter the OpenTV/Motorola Daily.) Motorola has also inked a deal with Wind River. The company will be a value-added reseller, integrating its MCT5100 M-DTV module with Wind River's VxWorks real-time operating system.
The technology lets OEMs develop digital TV and set-top box products with improved time-to- market. Motorola's MCT5100 module is based on the company's digital TV chipset and provides an OEM module that can receive all ATSC DTV formats and convert them for display on a standard television set.
And if this wasn't keeping it busy enough, Motorola is launching a new e-commerce Web site to market DOCSIS cable modems directly to customers. The store offers consumers educational information, a cable Internet serviceability check and the option to buy Motorola's DOCSIS cable modems.