Oracle Java TV

Global Platform Leader for Interactive Digital TV Content

Provides a performant, mature platform for TV and media-based client devices, enabling the development of compelling, interactive Java applications for Blu-ray Disc players, TVs, set top boxes, and more.

  • The Java TV API has shipped over 125 million devices.

  • The Java TV API has shipped over 125 million devices.

  • Java TV ships in 100% of all Blu-ray Disc players.

  • Java TV has been adopted for digital TV standards around the globe including Blu-ray Disc players, and cable, satellite, and IPTV set top boxes and televisions.

  • Java TV API has been adopted by TV standards organizations worldwide.

  • Java-based TV runtime enables content developers to easily create applications, adhere to TV standards.

  • Interactive Java-based applications developed for TV include Electronic Program Guides (EPGs), Video-on-Demand (VOD) clients, games, and educational applications.

  • Java TV applications can be blended with internet data such as weather, news tickers, and social networking streams.

  • All Blu-ray Disc players include a Java runtime which enables Blu-ray Disc titles to include Java-based user interface design, bonus content, and networked/connected applications.

  • Java TV API has been adopted by TV standards organizations worldwide.


Overview

Overview

  • Java TV API has been adopted by TV standards organizations worldwide
  • Java-based TV runtime enables content developers to easily create applications, adhere to TV standards
  • Interactive Java-based applications developed for TV include Electronic Program Guides (EPGs), Video-on-Demand (VOD) clients, games, and educational applications
  • Java TV applications can be blended with internet data such as weather, news tickers, and social networking streams
  • All Blu-ray Disc players include a Java runtime which enables Blu-ray Disc titles to include Java-based user interface design, bonus content, and networked/connected applications
Techtalk with MX Entertainment
Techtalk with MX Entertainment

Hear from Joe Rice, CTO of MX, on using Java and MX's GrinXML Framework to build Blu-ray Disc and media applications.

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