Liberate Technologies passed a key lab test, announcing that it received
certification from Motorola Inc.'s Acadia Application Integration Center to port
Liberate's software onto Motorola Broadband Communications Sector 'DCT-2000'
The lab certification was a key technical hurdle for Liberate to pitch cable
operators its software in the millions of Motorola DCT-2000 boxes deployed by
U.S. cable operators.
'This validation helps to make the `Liberate TV Platform Compact' software
accessible to the largest deployed base of interactive digital set-tops,' said
Carl McGrath, Motorola Broadband vice president and general manager, digital
consumer gateways, in a prepared statement.
Liberate said its 2000-series platform supports video-on-demand and
With its Java authoring-tool environment, operators can offer interactive
games, local community information and electronic program