Fremont, California (EastBayDaily) — Pivos Technology Group, Inc., a global pioneer in media peripherals and embedded technologies announces its plan to launch its new media platform.
The TOFU Media Platform is Pivos’ latest release derived from the highly acclaimed XBMC Media Center. The completely redesigned platform was built to target today’s growing entertainment needs in both the consumer and commercial space. This is the next milestone from Pivos on our vision to bring a better entertainment ecosystem to the masses.
“We have leveraged today’s growing embedded technologies into TOFU,” said Scott Davila, Director of Platform Engineering. "Building a versatile platform that extends itself on top of underlying operating systems such as Android, iOS, Ubuntu, and Linux variants."
The newly developed system platform will provide our OEM/OEM partners with seamless access to multiple system resources. With its own unique development framework for applications, program plugins, or customizable skinning development, TOFU brings a whole new media experience for large screen televisions and commercial displays.
The TOFU Media Center, our consumer-based software, will be available in the coming weeks on new Pivos hardware platform and 3rd party devices. TOFU Media Center will deliver the essential experiences that the world has come to love from XBMC Media Center together with numerous unique Pivos features to provide a rich feature set for multimedia playback
About Pivos Pivos Technology Group, Inc. is a global pioneer in media platform development and embedded technologies founded by a group of industrial veteran and renowned platform developers in Fremont, California. Pivos solutions include IPTV, STB/ OTT, Internet Video Streaming, VOD, multimedia playback, and digital display technologies based on its popular open source and Android development environment.
About XBMC XBMC is an award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media player and entertainment hub for digital media. XBMC is available for Linux, OSX, and Windows. Created in 2003 by a group of like-minded programmers, XBMC is a non-profit project run and developed by volunteers located around the world. More than 50 software developers have contributed to XBMC, and 100-plus translators have worked to expand its reach, making it available in more than 30 languages.