LAS VEGAS -- Sigma Designs ( NASDAQ : SIGM ), a leading provider of System-on-Chip (SoC) solutions for home entertainment, connectivity and converging multimedia delivery, today announced they have teamed up with Boxee, the New York based software company that pioneered the Cloud DVR to develop a new cloud-based entertainment solution on Sigma's UXL processor. Sigma and Boxee are working together to make it plug and play easy for manufacturers to embed Boxee's state-of-the art software with Cloud-based DVR, Internet applications and unique social TV guide inside their next generation televisions.
"We're teaming up with Sigma to create a solution that makes it easy for TV manufacturers to embed Boxee into their sets with zero touch," said Avner Ronen, CEO of Boxee. "We expect Sigma's UXL platform will be the easiest way for manufacturers to create a Smart TV experience that's delightful to use, and robust enough to be relevant for years to come."
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