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a type of network technology for local area networks

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Neale Foster, COO and VP Global Sales TV, ACCESS Europe, commented: By integrating the DLNA VidiPath requirements with NetFront Browser BE, we allow Android device manufacturers to enable their devices to access operators streaming services for Hollywood studio content.
The DLNA guidelines consist of several industry standards based protocols, such as Universal Plug and Play (UPnP), Internet Protocol (IP), Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML), General Event Notification Architecture (GENA), Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), Extensible Markup Language (XML), etc.
These Guidelines are an extension of the standard DLNA Guidelines and enable client devices certified to the CVP-2 Guidelines to interoperate and share media with the billions of existing DLNA Certified servers.
Pan and zoom photos: A world first in DLNA mobile-to-TV functionality, users can pan and zoom around photos on their smart TVs.
Tata Elxsi's DLNA software has been incorporated into a broad set of products, including STBs, Digital TV, mobile phones and automotive infotainment.
Manages all multimedia content (including YouTube channels) between DLNA compliant devices within media network over Wi-Fi or remote network access from anywhere inside and outside network environment
Communication standards that have been certified by the DLNA Guidelines include IEEE 802.
Its HbbTV, DLNA and widget solutions are widely deployed and competitively priced, enabling optimal enduser device cost.
The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) has seen a nearly 200 percent increase in the number of DLNA Certified[R] printers over the last year.
The company said that the R210 will ship with embedded Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) software, which allows users to view their digital content, such as music, video and photos, across all DLNA compatible devices.
We have seen DLNA as a solution in search of a problem for a long while, but with the surge in media streaming, the technology has found its place-creating business opportunities for TV set makers, broadcasters and retailers," said Paul Gray, Director of TV Electronics Research.
The combination of technologies based on IMS and DLNA standards will reportedly enable end-users to access their digital media anywhere, any time.
LAS VEGAS -- The Digital Living Network Alliance([R]) (DLNA([R])) today announced that Service Providers are now using DLNA Guidelines to deliver premium services to consumer devices.
RVU is based on the foundations of DLNA, is part of the DLNA guidelines, and allows streaming of video via secured connections from a central server to compatible CE devices.