Brisanet prepares to launch TV Box with Android TV

After enter the B3 stock exchange to get investments, the fiber optic internet provider brisanet must expand its service offering to customers. The ball of the time is the launch of a TV Box with the Android TV operating system.

According to Android TV Guide website, the company’s product already obtained Google operating system certification and should be taken to the market under the name Brisabox TV.

The device that must be marketed by Brisanet It has FiberHome manufacture and comes equipped with a 1.8GHz Quad-core processor (ARM Cortex-A53), 2GB RAM, 8GB storage and the Android TV system in version 10. The device integrates Chromecast and Google Assistant.

THE Brisanet follows a market trend by launching little boxes that provide customers with the possibility of accessing on-demand content and linear channels. With the TV Box, users can use streaming platform applications as well as closed Pay TV channels via a broadband connection (IPTV).

The device chosen by Brisanet has not yet been approved by the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel). However, the model certified by Google (HG680_FJ) is very similar to others already approved by the Brazilian regulatory agency, such as the HG680-PM and the HG680-PB, for example. In this way, the launch of the service may take place soon..

With more than 837,000 customers, Brisanet is present in five northeastern states: Ceará, Rio Grande do Norte, Paraíba, Pernambuco and Alagoas. The absolute majority of customers are connected via optical fiber (FTTH). The company also offers access to streaming services, such as Brisamusic, with music, and Brisaplay, with movies and series.

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