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Tversity finds room on the Hopper 3 cloud

In March 2012 with a headline which said, “Tversity throws content at the set top, with just software,” we met this company at IPTV World Forum and talked about how tricky it was for Apple’s Airplay to be copied without using any chips and working via a set top. This week the same CEO, Ronen Mizrahi, called again with the news that after working for 3 years on the product in conjunction with multiple operators, one extension of that product, which he called AppFlinger had made it into the Dish Hopper 3 which was announced last week at CES. He used the platform to relate an entire vision of how operators need to behave in an app dominated world and…

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