Technicolor has always been strongly committed to delivering next generation experiences in video entertainment services and believes in Ultra HD as a major technology leap for video solutions. Today’s consumers increasingly expect premium entertainment experiences from their screens. The extra resolution of 4K images adds better definition and clarity to the picture. The resulting images look incredibly life-like, more like looking through a window than watching TV. Whether you are watching on a large screen TV or your tablet, the picture quality will feel more life-like. When you move to 4K: you are packing four times the number of pixels into the same amount of space. That makes for a noticeably denser picture with finer detail.
Technicolor 4K Image Certified
- Technicolor was one of the first vendors to demonstrate 4K resolution at 60 frames per second on a set-top box. Higher frame rate represents an enhancement of picture realism and is well-suited for sports content. Technicolor also supported Sky Deutschland in its end-to-end Ultra HD live broadcast of two Bundesliga matches using that same frame rate.
- This impressive collection of world firsts in Ultra HD 4K led to Technicolor signing the world’s first 4K set-top box deal with Tata Sky, Indian’s leading DTH service provider.
- Leveraging a 100 years of experience pushing imaging technology forward, Technicolor joined the UHD Alliance as a founding member; this group supports innovation in video technologies including 4K and higher resolutions, high dynamic range, wider color gamut, and immersive 3D audio.
- The MediaPlay DSI750 from Technicolor was the first 4Kp60 set-top box deployed in the Indian market – right before the start of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.