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Samsung Launches OCAP

Samsung, Time Warner Cable, and Advance/Newhouse join together to launch OCAP on interactive HDTV sets and HD set-top boxes

January 17, 2007

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NEW YORK -- Samsung, Time Warner Cable and Advance/Newhouse Communications announced that interactive digital cable services are now live on the Samsung HL-S5686C Open Cable Application Platform (OCAP(TM)) compliant DLP HDTV and SMT-H3050 High Definition Set-top Boxes (HDSTB) in Time Warner Cable's New York City systems, and will soon be expanding to other Time Warner Cable cities, including Milwaukee, WI, and cities covered by Advance/Newhouse's Bright House Networks cable systems.

The announcement was made today concurrent with the opening night of Time Warner Cable's Home to the Future exhibit. Home to the Future (www.hometothefuture.com) is a four-story, interactive installation built inside the Time Warner Center at New York City's Columbus Circle that opens to the public January 17 and lasts for three weeks.

Samsung Corp.

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