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Have Omicrono material that you have sent. The note of this time focuses on the alliance DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance), which as we told you last November, is an organization of more than 200 companies, among which are some such as Microsoft, Sony, Cisco and Verizon, which seeks to ensure that all market technology standards are compatible with each other to achieve a unified experience across all possible technologies.
DLNA Now take the spotlight again presenting its new platform Premium Video, a technology that will allow us to enjoy our movies and favorite TV shows all the devices we have at home and through a single decoder, instead of having to install an individual decoder for each device. Can you imagine how would that be? You could be watching a movie on your TV, pause and resume from the same point on your tablet, smartphone, game console or any other DLNA enabled device from anywhere in your home.
Because currently more than 13,000 devices using DLNA standards, the possibilities of this technology if properly exploited are very promising, and aims to be a good solution for digital video store and pay TV providers can offer their content on a variety of media and let them see how the Internet continues to eat ground with its presence in virtually all gadgets of today.
At the CES show, Intel and Comcast have already made a demonstration of the capabilities of Premium Video signal transmitting high quality video to multiple devices simultaneously, and indicates that the next step is to get the decoder can transmit different signals simultaneously and in different grades.
No doubt that will monitor the evolution of this platform because it could revolutionize the way we access media in our homes.