Meta is a powerful and modern browser engine for connected TVs, streaming devices and internet appliances.
Trusted by hardware and software vendors worldwide for half a decade, Nuanti is launching Meta 2.0 — the full WebKit browser engine, now available in a supported package that is ready to propel your content delivery system to the forefront of the web.
Meta is more than just a web browser. It's a framework that tames the power of the WebKit content engine into a modular component that can be seamlessly embedded into hardware devices, software platforms and server applications through a unified programming interface.
Meta is built to web-enable your product.
Meta has first-class support for the latest web technologies. Because we believe in the web as a universal platform that will entirely replace native applications, we make sure that every feature is tested to the highest standards.
Nuanti continues to incorporate all mainstream web technologies standardised as of late 2012 and early 2013 with individual controls to support features like responsive web design, CSS3 mobile layout and streaming HTML5 video with DRM copy protection.
Using the Meta development channel, your production team can choose exactly how and when to switch on new features that are shaping the future of the web, without compromising the assurance of a stable, tried-and-tested content engine for deployment in today's products.
Trying to choose between licensing a commercial browser engine or hand-rolling a version of WebKit?
Over the years, we've been approached by countless corporations and start-ups who have tried and failed to develop a WebKit port either in-house or through third-party developers.
Since 2008, Nuanti has applied economies of scale to provide a complete solution by offering Meta as a licensed and fully-supported middleware web browser component. Nuanti Meta today powers entertainment and commerce across a diverse range of vertical and consumer industries.
Meta is precision-engineered by Nuanti, an authority on WebKit performance, security and development.
Millions of devices are shipping today with Nuanti browser technology.
Meta is optimized for high performance with a remarkably low resource footprint. That means it's ideal for devices tiny as a wristwatch, handhelds, tablets and smartphones all the way up to information kiosks and big-screen digital signage.
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Meta 2.0 is built from the ground up to enable secure hybrid content delivery straight from web server or broadcaster to the living room.
Supporting a leading implementation of HTML5 and the latest hybrid web TV standards across hardware platforms and operating systems, Meta 2.0 represents not just an incremental upgrade for legacy embedded browsers, but an exciting new way to reach and engage the consumer using pure web technology.
New high-performance scaling algorithms in Meta 2.0 enable you deploy the same content across resolutions and irregular form factors, all the way up to 720p, 1080p and beyond with uncompromising HD video quality.
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WebKit Meta, the world's first in-game web content engine middleware, today drives interactive menus, purchase systems and adverts in dozens of titles from the biggest publishers.
The browser embedded within the game, or games that run inside the browser — whichever you want, Meta sets the standard for serious web game integration.
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Meta features a first-class print engine with CMYK-capable PDF content authoring.
Forget arcane print XML typesetting systems and go straight to press using real HTML5 and CSS3. With Meta, what you see is now truly what you get.
The modular design of Meta lets you build a diverse range of server-side, headless applications for document management, reporting, information retrieval and the semantic web — the only limit is your imagination.
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