Arris plans to enter TiVo's turf with OTT-ready set tops

Equipment vendor Arris appears to be moving in the same direction as TiVo, partnering with startup Wurl to create a "standards-based" platform for its Whole Home Solution set-top boxes that includes access to a broad selection of online streaming services. Users would no longer need third-party devices or smart TVs to discover OTT content, Wurl's CEO Sean Doherty says. FierceCable has all the details here.

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