By Samsung Newsroom
We are pleased to announce the release of Tizen Studio version 5.5
This release includes some new features and bug fixes in Tizen Studio IDE, Visual Studio Extension for Tizen and Visual Studio Code Extension for Tizen.
Tizen Studio - Added common unified profile called Tizen and deprecated mobile and wearable profiles from Tizen 8.0 version onwards.
- Added support for 64-bit emulators for Tizen-8.0 profile.
- Added support for new resolutions such as 1920x1080 and 1280x720 in 32/64-bit emulators of Tizen-8.0 profile and updated their display size.
- Tizen Studio and tools are now supported on AMD PCs.
Certificate Manager - Added new distributor certificates from Tizen 8.0 version onwards.
- Added support for creation of new distributor certificate from certificate manager UI.
- External browser support has been added to create Samsung certificates.
Visual Studio (Windows) - Support for Tizen.NET diagnostics tools - dump, gcdump and trace for Tizen dotnet projects.
- Heaptrack configuration page has been added in Memory Profiler.
- Coreprofiler configuration page has been updated with new profiling options.
Visual Studio Code - Added heaptrack profiler support for Tizen.NET projects.Fixed bugs.
Fixed the issue of Battery Historian not launching in Windows. Fixed the issue of native apps not launching on shell enabled TV devices from VS plugin.
For more information about the new features and bug fixes, see Release Notes.
To download Tizen Studio, visit https://developer.tizen.org/development/tizen-studio/download.
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We are facing an issue with login in the Tizen app. While generating the certificate in the certificate manager we need to login into the Samsung account. The login is not happening and is stuck on the page, no error is thrown.
Note this issue is on Windows PCs only, we tried on MAC, and working fine.
Are there any ongoing issues with the Windows platform?
By Samsung Newsroom
Samsung Electronics announced the release of two new display models for the healthcare industry, engineered to enhance viewer experiences. The HCU7030, available for hospital or healthcare environments, and the HCF8000, designed for both healthcare and hotel settings, bring an integrated pillow speaker interface, superior visuals with 4K resolution and peak HDR (High Dynamic Range) performance for a more comfortable and enjoyable user experience. These models are Web RTC (Real Time Communication)1 ready to allow quick addition of video conferencing.2
▲ The HCU7030 provides a number of patient room-friendly features including a pillow speaker interface and Multi-Code Remote
“With these new models, Samsung will quickly advance the commitments we have made to the hospitality industry,” says Hoon Chung, Executive Vice President of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “The new models are packed with unique and premium features to enhance the user experience, driving both patient and healthcare leadership across diverse environments.”
With a growing shift towards premium digital display solutions, the HCU7030 series transforms in-room engagement, giving patients an experience that makes them feel right at home. The HCU7030 series integrates the pillow speaker interface, allowing patients to enjoy clear audio and control of the TV right at their bedsides. It is also equipped with a business management suite for easy enrollment of devices and configurations that allow multiple configurations with the same profile and welcoming messages for new patients.
The HCU7030 series, available in sizes from 43 to 75 inches,3 showcases Samsung’s commitment to safety through its UL certification (UL 62368-1 incl. Annex DVB) and the use of three-pin plugs, upholding one of the highest safety standards in healthcare facilities. These displays are designed to be versatile and adaptable for various spaces and applications. The HCF8000 is a sleek, 32” QLED model with a 29.9mm slim design suitable for hotels and hospitality settings. It offers users an immersive experience, drawing them in with its optimal picture performance and design.
▲ The HCF8000 is designed for both healthcare and hotel settings.
Both series include a Multi-Code Remote that minimizes potential interference from neighboring devices and Web RTC for enhanced virtual healthcare assistance. These displays also come equipped with LYNK Cloud,4 a comprehensive cloud solution allowing customizable content, remote device management and access to OTT (over-the-top) entertainment. LYNK Cloud also helps decision-makers uncover insights that enable the delivery of optimized content to better serve end-users’ interests. Managers can leverage this guestroom management solution to review what content guests engage with, which promotions are entered or exited and review OTT and TV content viewership — enabling the ultimate guestroom content experience.
▲ (from left) The HCF8000 and HCU7030
The HCU7030 will be available in the U.S. starting on August 25, while the HCF8000 will be available in the U.S. and Europe beginning Q4 2023.
For additional information about Samsung’s hospitality displays, visit www.samsung.com/business.
1 Web RTC will be available in Q4 2023.
2 Additional hardware required for video conferencing.
3 HCU7030 is available in 43, 50, 55, 65 and 75-inch models.
4 Samsung LYNK Cloud is available for purchase separately.
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I recently signed up to sling tv streaming and have to say its better on apple tv. On my samsung tv it seems to be slower loading between channels. Apple tv the channels change as if its cable. If I'm in the guide and click on a channel, I have to then click the "watch" button. I wish they would just remove that park, ON apple tv you click right into the channel for immediate streaming. I think its the way its designed, they should tweak it. Amazon Fire tv is not bad but the samsung Sling TV app needs some updating.