Airvana and VeriSign, announced that the two companies are working to deploy device certificates for Airvana's HubBub(TM) UMTS Femtocell. The certificates will be embedded into the HubBub UMTS femtocell, allowing operators to authenticate these devices before allowing access to core networks and services.
D-Link, today began shipping a network camera that allows users to remotely monitor live streaming video over the internet through the mydlink portal (www.mydylink.com).
The new D-Link(R) Network Camera (DCS-1100) is 'mydlink-enabled,' allowing it to be easily viewed and managed by the mydlink(TM) portal, providing customers with an easier way to experience a connected, digital lifestyle. A wireless 802.11n version, the DCS-1130, is expected to ship at end of this month.
Renesas Technology announced the SH-MobileHD1 application processor (product number: SH7370), the first in the industry to deliver low-power Full High-Definition (1,920 × 1,080 pixels, abbreviated “Full HD”) video recording, playback, and streaming support key for the next generation of IP video applications. Sample shipments will begin on April 23, 2009 in Japan.
Macrovision Solutions Corporation announced that Paramount Home Entertainment has agreed to license Macrovision's content protection products, ACP and RipGuard. ACP and RipGuard provide protection against unauthorized copying of content across packaged media such as DVD as well as electronic channels such as the Internet, cable and DBS.
Are you afraid of leaving your home unwatched? If your answer is yes, then we are about to put your mind at rest. If your answer was no, we are going to tell you any way – about the new eye camera security system.
The device is manufactured by Eye Spy Security (www.eye-spy-security.co.uk). The system allows you to watch your home from any where in the world.