Amino debuts Freedom Live media gateway at IP&TV World Forum

Set-top box maker Amino Communications, which has seen a number of recent equipment deployments in Europe over the past several months, is using the IP&TV World Forum tradeshow to debut its Freedom Live media gateway to European operators.

The company said the gateway is the first in the hybrid/OTT segment to use Intel's new Atom Processor CE 5300 SoC.

The Freedom Live media gateway is the latest addition to a line of products that includes Amino's Freedom Live and Jump media centers and offers dual core processing power in addition to new transcoding and encoding capabilities with multiscreen distribution to deliver content to TVs, smartphones and tablets around the home.

Amino says the device delivers content from a range of sources, including the Internet, in a"televisual" experience for TV, tablets and smartphones. The gateway also delivers 3D gaming, user generated content, on-demand, traditional broadcast and HD video calling. 

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