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Attain Interoperability Between Compliant Digital Home Appliances

NewSoft announced that its latest version of Wireless Video Relay (WVR) is fully compliant with the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) Home Networked Interoperability Guidelines
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Attain Interoperability Between Compliant Digital Home Appliances

Mar 6, 2006 4:44 PM, By Jason Bovberg

NewSoft announced that its latest version of Wireless Video Relay (WVR) is fully compliant with the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) Home Networked Interoperability Guidelines. The new WVR enables a PC or embedded server applying the DLNA standard to wirelessly broadcast MPEG 1/2 video, audio, or images using Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g technology to a PC client or a laptop, letting users receive their favorite entertainment anywhere in the home.

Gaining compliance with DLNA guidelines assures users that the WVR’s advanced compression technology will operate seamlessly with other DLNA-certified products throughout the digital home. The DLNA guidelines focus mainly on interoperability among networked consumer electronics devices and home PCs for media applications involving imaging, audio, and video.

For more information, visit the NewSoft Web site.

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