Entropic communications inc, a leading provider of silicon solutions to enable connected home entertainment, announced that Cox Communications, the third-largest cable television company in the United States, is adopting MoCA technology for high-performance delivery of HD video and other multimedia content into the connected home.
Communication and high-performance processors provider RMI Corporation, announced the availability of its Home Media Player® Application Development Kit (ADK) challenging the television and the PC for multimedia consumption in the home.
D-Link announced that it has begun shipping the easy-to-use HD MediaBridge® Starter Kit (DXN-221) that taps into existing coaxial wiring throughout the home, delivering fast, secure and stable connections for extending a home network to devices at the entertainment system and to multiple rooms without interrupting cable service.
NETGEAR announced the worldwide availability of the Digital Entertainer Elite (EVA9150), a powerful and flexible digital media player for enabling consumers to seamlessly stream digital content over their home networks to their high-definition home entertainment systems.
Aimed squarely at making the TV a simple, interactive hub of the digital home media network, the Digital Interactive Interface for Video & Audio™ (DiiVA™) consortium today announced availability of the DiiVA 1.0 specification.
Adobe Systems Incorporated announced that they have extened the Adobe® Flash® Platform to connected digital home devices with an optimized implementation of Flash technology that delivers high definition (HD) video and rich applications to Internet-connected televisions, set-top boxes, Blu-ray players and other devices in the digital living room.
Triazz, a software solutions supplier of connected multimedia devices, and RMI, a provider of high-performance processors for communication and media rich applications, announced their partnership in developing a turnkey Home Media Player (HMP) solution.
Digital home entertainment company Macrovision Solutions Corp. said Wednesday it agreed to buy Muze Inc., a provider of entertainment product information for stores and online retailers, for $16.5 million in cash.
Macrovision said the acquisition will help enhance its offerings, which are "built to enable consumers to continuously explore digital content by allowing them to easily navigate and find entertainment information."
Macrovision Solutions, a digital entertainment technology leader, announced today that ZyXEL Communications Inc. is using Macrovision’s Connected Platform solution in its Network Storage Appliance (NSA) to support Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) guidelines.
Cisco announced that they will be using their Medianet cable service provider to deliver next generation digital home content. The medianet service provider is an intelligent network optimized for rich media that can help drive video strategy for enterprises, consumers and service providers. Cisco is the only company that, along with our partners, can address rich media from an end-to-end perspective by taking advantage of deep expertise in IP networking, video and consumer premise solutions.