TiVo Renews Product And Patent License Agreements With Panasonic
Commitment to bring new G-Guide OTT-Link functionality to market in Japan
TiVo the company that brings entertainment together and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Xperi Holding Corporation announced the renewal of its product and patent license agreements with Panasonic Corporation. Panasonic signed a new multi-year extension of the company’s products for the Japan market, including G-Guide, G-Guide HTML and G-Guide xD, enabling Panasonic to continue providing advanced entertainment discovery experiences across its TV, DVR and set-top box products.
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The agreement also commits Panasonic to deploying the newly released OTT-Link functionality that enables consumers to deep link directly into content from within G-Guide, TiVo’s market leading content discovery solution for Japan.
“Our continued collaboration with Panasonic to build and deploy innovative content discovery solutions is strengthened with this new agreement,” said Matt Milne, chief revenue officer, Xperi. “Panasonic’s commitment to roll out the new OTT-Link functionality in G-Guide will enable them to provide their consumers in Japan with continued access to the most advanced functions of G-Guide, Japan’s leading content discovery solution to find, watch and enjoy video content across broadcast and OTT television.”
TiVo has spent decades investing in research and development to create market-leading technologies and broadly licensing them to the media and entertainment industry. TiVo’s innovations make it easier for viewers to find, watch, and enjoy all their content across a multitude of platforms.
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