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Aiming to enable high-quality multi-platform services to a new circle of customers, and as it welcomes Asano as a new partner, smart TV solutions provider Foxxum has introduced a Linux AOSP-based user interface.
Foxxum PortalScreenshot 24Feb2019
China-based OEM Asano’s products are sold in more than 110 countries and as part of the new deal, Asano will integrate the Foxxum app store on all sold devices. It will feature global and local apps and custom-made interface and designs for all brands. The app store will be available on Linux and AOSP OS based devices from beginning of 2019 to deliver what the companies says will be ‘competitive’, next generation smart TV user experiences.

“Working with Foxxum’s app store will allow us to further enhance our products,” remarked Asano CEO He Xing. “The company’s know-how, speed and professionalism fits our high-quality standards and most importantly will satisfy our customer’s demands.”

“By combining our smart TV expertise with Asano’s rich manufacturing and marketing knowledge, we have the chance to deliver the exciting smart TV experience, customers are looking for,” added Ronny Lutzi, chief executive officer at Foxxum. “Our engineers, designers and content managers are putting all their efforts into providing a customisable app store that matches Asano’s standards perfectly.”