[SatNews] Broadcom Corporation (NASDAQ: BRCM) has announced that Dune HD has selected Broadcom's BCM7356 satellite system-on-a-chip (SoC) for its next generation set-top box (STB) deployments.
With integrated Ethernet connectivity and interface options to connect with Broadcom's Wi-Fi and powerline solutions, the single chip solution allows Dune HD to deliver seamless multi-room DVR viewing while reducing cost and power requirements. For more news, visit Broadcom's Newsroom. Broadcom's BCM7356 high definition (HD) satellite SoC allows multiple users to store, time shift or access content from multiple devices throughout the home, driving the transition to a more connected and interactive home network environment. Unique HD FastRTV™ channel change acceleration technology improves channel change speeds by up to 500 percent.
Dune HD offers an array of high-quality digital media players for both consumer and commercial markets. The product line ranges from low-cost, compact STB designs to professional-grade universal media players with internal hard drive bays, optical drives and full internet and content connectivity. Dune HD is headquartered in Taiwan, with engineering teams in Moscow, Russia, and Kiev, Ukraine. The company also has offices in the United States, and a distribution network that covers more 60 countries.
For more information on Broadcom's satellite STB, access this infopage link.