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TMCNet:  Solekai Systems Unveils Porting Program Using RDK from Comcast

[December 10, 2012]

Solekai Systems Unveils Porting Program Using RDK from Comcast

SAN DIEGO --(Business Wire)--

Solekai Systems Corp. (Solekai) announced today that it has licensed the Reference Development Kit (RDK) from Comcast (News - Alert) Corp (CMCSA) and is providing expertise for rapid platform porting and integration activities. The RDK is a full-featured software bundle based on industry standards intended to accelerate the development of next-generation set-top boxes. Solekai, an engineering services company specializing in STB and digital video solutions, will support the implementation of the RDK in set-top development, multiscreen integration and bitstream testing solutions.

Solekai's Executive Vice President of Engineering, Tim McConnell said, "We're very excited to engage in support of theRDK in order to reduce time to market for our current and future clients in the digital video space."

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The RDK from Comcast is a pre-integrated software bundle that creates a common framework for powering tru2way®, IP or hybrid set-top boxes and gateway devices and accelerates the development and deployment of next-generation video services. Comcast licenses the RDK to OEMs, SIs, SOCs, software vendors as well as MVPDs to create a community of innovators focused on bringing rich, multi-screen TV home entertainment experiences to consumers faster.

About Solekai Systems Corporation

Solekai Systems Corporation is a software engineering services and solutions company specializing in design, development, integration, and testing for digital video and Smart Grid industries. Services include specification and requirements development, software architecture, design and development, user interface design and development, system integration, and test procedure design, development and execution.

Visit www.solekai.com for more information.


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