Motorola and Comcast have announced that the companies have expanded their previously announced multi-year purchase agreement for digital set-tops. The announcement was made at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center where Motorola is exhibiting.
 
Under the expanded agreement, Comcast will purchase several set-top models from Motorola, including dual-tuner, HD DVRs, and all-digital cable receivers. These next-generation digital set-tops will support Comcast’s Residential Network Gateway (RNG) specification along with the OCAP initiative.  Several of the models will support Motorola’s Follow Me TV solution and Motorola’s Linux-Java software platform. Specific models will be compliant with government-mandated separable security, including CableCard technology, as required.

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