|Motorola converges DVR's and mobiles|
Posted: 06-Apr-2006 [Source: Motorola]
[Motorola is demonstrating a technology at CTIA that moves recorded content stored on a DVR to a mobile device like the RAZR V3x along with the capability to use a mobile handset to remotely program a DVR.]
CTIA, Las Vegas -- Expanding on the Follow Me TV experience of room-to-room media sharing, Motorola, Inc. will demonstrate a new technology that can move recorded shows from a Motorola digital video recorder (DVR) set-top directly to a Motorola mobile device like the next-generation RAZR V3x. This new ability to move content can expand Motorola's existing whole-home video platform to meet the video needs of consumers anywhere and everywhere.
The explosion of digital video technologies in recent years is leading the demand for ever-greater control over TV at home and on the go. Starting with a Motorola set-top, consumers can now create a multimedia network that sends content not only to other rooms in the home, but to mobile devices with storage-card capacity. In addition, Motorola mobile devices can be used to program a Motorola DVR remotely. No more worries about forgetting to record your favorite show - control your television wherever you are!
The full Follow Me TV experience is enabled by Motorola DVR set-tops and the company's OCAP software solution. This software solution includes powerful tools designed to offer home media networking using the Multimedia over Cable Alliance (MoCA(TM)) standard.
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