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DLNA® Hosts Member Event in Tokyo to Share Future Roadmap and Latest Developments

Digital Living Network Alliance:

WHAT:

  DLNA member event in Tokyo
 

WHO:

Presented by the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA)
 

WHEN:

Tuesday, June 3, 2014, 13:00 to 17:00 JST
 

WHERE:

Sony City Osaki –Tokyo, Japan
 

WHY:

DLNA is hosting a private event for members based in Japan, where interest is high among manufacturers wanting to support the roll-out of products certified to the organization’s recently announced CVP-2 Guidelines. The Guidelines are the first from DLNA to be made available to the public for free download. Users of CVP-2 Certified products will be able to stream service providers’ pay TV, video on demand and live TV content throughout the home with the full subscriber experience. Introductory remarks will be delivered by an executive from long-time supporter Sony Corporation, and will be followed by presentations from executives at AwoX, Broadcom, DTLA and Intel. Presenters will share perspectives on CVP-2 content protection technology and provide an update on plans to extend the DLNA Guidelines to include devices sourcing content from the cloud, and sharing interactive content between primary and secondary screens. ARM, AwoX, Broadcom and Sony will also be conducting technology demonstrations.

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INFORMATION:

The private event is open to DLNA Members, who can RSVP by emailing [email protected]. Non-members who are interested in setting up a meeting with DLNA or joining the organization can contact [email protected].

 

For editors interested in meeting with DLNA executives while they are in Japan for the event, please contact [email protected] to schedule a briefing.

About DLNA

The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is a technology standards organization driven to build industry consensus to advance the interoperability of products in consumers' connected homes. Founded in 2003 with a current membership of more than 250 companies, this unique multi-industry collaboration continues to implement an innovative set of guidelines utilized by service providers, electronics manufacturers, and software developers to provide consistent performance in a connected home environment. Consumers can share and enjoy content, regardless of manufacturer, on a wide variety of products including mobile devices, PCs, set top boxes, AV receivers, game consoles, TVs and more. DLNA has also created a robust certification program which tests and verifies the interoperability of products built to its standards, ensuring consumers that devices branded with the DLNA Certified mark will successfully connect and exchange content. Additional information about DLNA is available at www.dlna.org. Find DLNA on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dlnacertified or on Twitter @DLNA.

DLNA's leading member companies include ACCESS, ARRIS, AwoX, Broadcom, CableLabs, Comcast, Dolby Laboratories, DTS, Intel, LG, Microsoft, Nokia, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, Time Warner Cable and Verizon.

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