Motorola Releases OCAPtru2way SDK

Motorola tru2way SDK simulator

We first heard about an OCAP SDK from Motorola last June, but haven’t heard much since then. In the meantime there have been a number of changes, not the least of which has been the rebranding of OCAP as tru2way, as well as a number of CE vendors signing the tru2way MOU with CableLabs. Tru2way really has a lot of traction now and we should see a number of tru2way products on the market by mid-2009.

Well, according to Media Experiences 2 Go Motorola has finally released the SDK to tru2way developers. ME2G has a Q&A with Motorola’s Frank Goddard, and there is a product fact sheet PDF available as well. Tools like this will be a major factor in building a successful tru2way ecosystem.

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  • badmash

    I have searched the Motorola Developer Network: I couldn’t find any link to either the OCAP SDK or the tru2way SDK

    This is pure Vaporware ! It seems like Motorola has problems with its OCAP/tru2way technology !

  • MegaZone

    Did you try contacting them? link here. From what I’ve read it is not freely available.

  • Skipper

    I e-mailed them for details — “Prices are $7000/per seat/per year and include both the simulator PC software and a settop.”

  • MegaZone

    Not cheap, but not unusually expensive for that kind of developer kit.