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HomePNA standard approved by DLNA

The HomePNA Alliance has confirmed that its technology standard has been approved by the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) for incorporation into the next version of its Networked Device Interoperability…

Philippines urged to adopt DVB-T2

A joint delegation of digital TV standards consortium DVB and European Union representatives has met with The Philippines’ National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to present the technical superiority of DVB-T2 over…

CTVIT joins Marlin DRM Program

Chinese Television IT services provider China Television Information Technology Company, or CTVIT, has joined the Marlin Partner Program (MPP). The MPP is a technology solutions development and marketing program consisting…

BBC tests adaptive streaming for connected devices

The BBC has revealed it is testing HD adaptive streaming for connected devices. Andy Armstrong Technical Architect for Programmes and On Demand says in a blog that adaptive bit rate…

Rovi and LG expand relationship with DivX agreements

Rovi and LG Electronics have signed multi-year licencing agreements that expand their relationship and provide further integration of DivX technology into a wider range of consumer electronics devices. LG’s latest…

Media Broadcast oversees DVB-T2 trials in Singapore

Media Broadcast, a company of the TDF Group and a European service provider to the broadcast and media industry, has been selected by the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA)…

SMiT joins CI Plus Partnership

State Micro Technology Corporation (SMiT), a global CAM manufacturer, has joined the CI Plus LLP as its seventh partner. In August 2009, SMiT became the first CAM manufacturer to commercially…

SMiT joins CI Plus Partnership

State Micro Technology Corporation (SMiT), a leading global CAM manufacturer, has announced that it has joined the CI Plus LLP as its seventh partner. In August 2009, SMiT became the…

Spectrum solution could generate €54bn for EU economy

A study published in the wake of the European Parliament Resolution shows significant benefits could flow from use of 1.4 GHz band for a supplemental mobile downlink for enhanced multi-media…

O2 claims 4G auction is illegal

UK mobile network O2 has strongly criticised Ofcom’s plan for a 4G/LTE spectrum auction, claiming that it is nothing more than “state aid” and illegal. O2 said that it does…