With a lightning-fast speed of 58 frames per second on WebGL rendering tests (see video here), ACCESS launched its NetFront Browser NX 3.0 with industry leading HTML5 performance at CES. The browser-based TV experiences have always had a reputation for being sluggish but at 58 fps that's no longer true — this blistering speed means that next generation UIs can now be delivered over the HTML5 open standard as well if not better than proprietary solutions. Watch our NetFront Browser NX demo video covering HTML5, CSS 3D transforms and WebGL rendering features on Youtube.
NetFront Browser NX is a key enabler in making HTML5 'The language of TV's Future' (download white paper here). By integrating the work of different standards bodies and industry sub-sectors, HTML5 makes it possible for operators and device manufacturers to develop User Interfaces, applications and video services that monetize multiscreen by running equally easily, consistently and securely on a SmartTV, a set-top box, a smartphone or a tablet device.
With optimization of the WebKit rendering engine and integration with hardware acceleration, our NetFront Browser NX browser enables the creation of native-performance HTML5 user interfaces without relying on proprietary graphic solutions or third party licensed plug-ins such as Adobe Flash.
Get in touch (email email@example.com) if you would like to know more about how NetFront Browser NX can provide you with the simplest path to multiscreen monetization and next generation TV experiences.
Dr. Neale Foster VP of Global Sales IA, ACCESS
HTML5 represents the next generation family of emerging open standards that will define and empower the behaviour of web browsers, interfaces, video, audio and applications for many years to come. The continuing, rapid evolution of HTML5 should be of vital interest to anyone who relies upon the internet for their business. Download ACCESS' HTML5 whitepaper Learn the language of television's future
Megatrends are making their mark in the video entertainment industry, affecting device manufacturers, content distributors and consumers alike. These trends include the collision between over-the-top (OTT) content distribution using the internet and pay TV business models, the blossoming of connected TV strategies and the increasing importance of social media in TV. Download ACCESS' whitepaper Multiscreen: monetization or mayhem?
To see how ACCESS' award-winning, market-proven solutions are delivering next-generation TV, come and meet ACCESS at TV Connect at stand no. 127 (London, 19 - 21 March, 2013). To schedule a meeting, click here.