ARM and FXI demonstrated the FXI Cotton Candy USB to HDMI stick running the DLNA CVP2 HTML5 RUI jointly developed by ARM, FXI and CableLabs. The demo showcased how a CE device utilizing the very same chipset used in the ultra-popular mobile phones such as Samsung Galaxy S II and Samsung Galaxy Note and shipped over 30M units can be used for Pay-TV applications. The FXI Cotton Candy is running on Linux/Ubuntu OS with a Webkit-based QT browser running the HTML5 RUI reference implementation. The demo featured User Interfaces and video content from several different operators from around the world. These operators are: Cox, BesTV, Orange, Sky, all running on the exact same reference implementation without any operator specific modifications to the platform.

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