AMSTERDAM, 13 September, 2013 – The Digital Living Network Alliance® (DLNA®) will be showcasingits set of connected home standards on the latest DLNA Certified® devices at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC). In addition, the Alliance will be using consumer devices to display DLNA’s Premium Content Guidelines to illustrate how users will be able to receive high-value content from service providers all over the world. As part of this demonstration, DLNA will show devices built to standards for RVU and HTML5 remote user interfaces (RUI), which allow service providers to maintain a consistent user interface with different devices, ensuring consistency in appearance for end users.
Devices used for the demonstrations include the latest DLNA Certified® TVs, media players, set-top boxes, smartphones and tablets from the world’s leading manufacturers.
WHO: Member companies including ACCESS, AirTies, ARM, AwoX, DirecTV, Parrot, Seagate , and SiliconDust will be alongside DLNA representatives to demo the latest advancements in connected home technology.
Additionally, Raffaele de Peppe, the Chair of DLNA ’s European Task Force, will discuss how DLNA is
WHEN: IBC 2013 will be held September 12 –17, 2013. De Peppe will serve as a panelist for “The ‘Connected World Assembly of Associations’” panel at IBC Connected World taking place on Monday,
September 16 from 3 –4 p.m. CEST in Hall 14.
WHAT: IBC is the premier annual conference and exhibition for professionals engaged in the creation, management and delivery of entertainment and media content worldwide. IBC invites more than 50,000 attendees from more than 160 countries in the electronic media and entertainment industry.
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 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 personal and premium 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 the Alliance is available at www.dlna.org or find the Alliance on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dlnacertified or on Twitter @DLNA .
DLNA's leading member companies include ACCESS, ARRIS, AT&T, AwoX, Broadcom, CableLabs, Cisco, Comcast, DIRECTV, Dolby Laboratories, DTS, Google, Huawei, Intel, LG, Microsoft, Nokia, Panasonic, Qualcomm, Samsung, Sony, Time Warner Cable and Verizon.