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Matchstick Launches The Flint Open Source Streaming Platform
Do you remember the Open Source Chromecast alternative Matchstick? They recently made a strong announcement, launching the dubbed “open source streaming platform” Flint!
Matchstick announced Flint, the first open software and open hardware video-streaming platform created with Mozilla’s Firefox OS inside. Flint aims to deliver highly interactive streaming and screen-to-screen experiences including two way interactivity, ad hoc and remote functionality. In addition to Flint, the company also announced hardware partnerships with both Phillips/AOC and TCL to distribute Flint enabled products including TV’s, monitors, and set-top boxes.