Evolution Digital company continues to innovate with new solutions for pay-TV operators. Some time ago, the company introduced a new streaming player called Fuse 4K Stick to its portfolio. Unlike the EVO FORCE 1, Fuse 4K is an HDMI Stick streamer. Like the streaming box, Fuse 4K also has a chipset supporting the currently popular AV1 video decoding. As Evolution Digital says, Fuse 4K offers service providers a cheaper device option for broadband-only subscribers to increase stickiness + reduce churn.
Fuse 4K Stick Features
Evolution Digital’s Fuse 4K is an Android TV Stick with dimensions of 84 x 35 x 16.2mm. It is worth noting that this device is certified by Google, Netflix, and Prime Video. So it supports all available streaming services in resolutions up to 4K@60fps. Fuse 4K Stick is powered by the Amlogic S905Y4 chipset that we have described many times. Is a quad-core 64-bit Arm Cortex-A35 processor with Mali-G31 MP2 GPU that supports 4K AV1, H.265, VP9 decoding. Besides, the device supports HDR10, HDR10+, HLG, Dolby Vision, DTS pass-through, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, MS12, and Dolby AC4.
Besides, the streaming stick also has 2GB DDR4 RAM and typically 8GB eMMC storage. Probably the whole thing runs on Android TV 11 OS. In addition, the streaming player supports dual-band 802.11ac WiFi (RealTek) and Bluetooth 5.0 BLE. The device has a male HDMI 2.1 connector and uses a micro USB port (5.0V/1.0A) for power. There is no information about the availability of the additional USB port.
Like other devices in the Evolution Digital portfolio, the Fuse 4K Streaming Stick comes with a TiVo-approved Remote. In addition to the above-mentioned, the device offers all the necessary solutions for providers/operators provided by the Evolution Digital company. Among others, Evolution Device Manager (eDM) w / GOTA integration, GOTA standalone, API set for operator integration. More about OTT stick can be found on the product page. If you are interested in solutions offered by Evolution Digital company, take a look at their website.
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