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INTERNATIONAL CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW -â€“ Intel Corporation today
announced a TV experience that will enable customers to view live and
on-demand television content on Intel-based devices.
Intel is collaborating with Comcast so that customers can enjoy the
XFINITY TV experience on IP set-top boxes, Ultrabookâ„˘ devices,
Intel-based all-in-one PCs, tablets and smartphones as well as smart TVs
in the home. This experience is made possible by the IntelÂ® Pumaâ„˘
6MG-based XG5 multi-screen video gateway.
â€śWorking closely with service providers like Comcast allows us to bring
exciting new entertainment experiences to tablets, phones, all-in-one
PCs and Ultrabook devices,â€ť said Alan Crouch, Intel vice president and
general manager, PCCG Service Provider Division. â€śIntel-based
multi-screen video gateways in the home from innovative OEMs like ARRIS
allow people to watch both live TV and on-demand shows whenever they
want on their new Intel-based devices.â€ť
The XG5multi-screen video gateway, which is designed by ARRIS, a leading
global communications technology company, allows any screen in the home
to access high-quality live and on-demand entertainment. This new
category of device provides video, voice and high-speed Internet via
MoCA, DECT and Wi-Fi from one device creating a home network for
numerous devices and second screens. Multi-screen video gateways are
emerging devices that centrally manage pay TV, broadband access to voice
as well as new services such as home security and home management.
â€śIntel has been a great partner as we work to develop a platform that
supports an in-home gateway and client architecture,â€ť said Steve
Reynolds, senior vice president of Customer Premise Equipment for
Comcast. â€śIntelâ€™s powerful silicon platforms and their support for our
RDK software initiative have enabled us to quickly develop a flexible
platform for the delivery of our cable video services that will give
customers the ability to view them on a wide range of consumer devices
in the home.â€ť
Comcast is working with Intel to develop this technology based on
upcoming enhancements to the DLNA Premium Content Guidelines to deliver
its XFINITY TV experience to Intel-based devices in the home. DLNA is a
set of interoperability guidelines that enable the delivery of enhanced
content services and secure transport of protected digital content to
devices around the home.
The demonstration in Intelâ€™s CES booth (Central Hall, #7252) shows
XFINITY TV streaming from the XG5 multi-screen video gateway to an IP
set-top box as well as directly to an Ultrabook, an all-in-one PC, an
Intel-based tablet, a smartphone and a smart TV.
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) is a world leader in computing innovation. The
company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the
foundation for the worldâ€™s computing devices. Additional information
about Intel is available at newsroom.intel.com
About Comcast Cable
Comcast Cable is the nation's largest video, high-speed Internet and
phone provider to residential customers under the XFINITY brand and also
provides these services to businesses. Comcast has invested in
technology to build an advanced network that delivers among the fastest
broadband speeds, and brings customers personalized video,
communications and home management offerings. Comcast Corporation
(Nasdaq: CMCSA, CMCSK) is a global media and technology company. Visit www.comcastcorporation.com
for more information.
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