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WirelessHD Kit From Cables To Go Receives Best Product Award

WiHD | July 12th, 2010 | No Comments »

VIZIO’s XVT Line Up Expands with New TruLED and 3D Models at CEA Line Shows 2010

WiHD | June 22nd, 2010 | No Comments »

VIZIO’s XVT Line features an integrated WirelessHD™ receiver for a wireless connection with HD source devices such as a Set-top box and Blu-ray player connected to a WirelessHD™ transmitter that is sold separately.

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ASUS Introduces World’s First Integrated WirelessHD Notebook PC with SiBEAM Technology

WiHD | June 1st, 2010 | 1 Comment »

SiBEAM President and CEO, John LeMoncheck, Named to the Global Semiconductor Association’s (GSA) Emerging Company CEO Council

WiHD | May 31st, 2010 | No Comments »

SiBEAM Announces World’s First Dual Mode WirelessHD/WiGig RF Transceiver and Development Kit

Joanie | May 10th, 2010 | No Comments »

WirelessHD Next Generation Standard Now Available

WiHD | May 10th, 2010 | No Comments »

Look Out For A New, Faster Dimension to Wi-Fi

WiHD | May 7th, 2010 | No Comments »

#1 TV Brand To Keynote SID/IMS TV Market Focus Conference

WiHD | May 6th, 2010 | No Comments »

CAMPBELL, Calif. and AUSTIN, Texas, April 29, 2010 – The world’s #1 TV brand, Samsung Electronics, will fittingly keynote the inaugural Market Focus Conference: The Future of TVs organized by the Society for Information Display (SID) and IMS Conferences, a unit of IMS Research, to be held in Seattle on May 26-27.

John Revie, Senior Vice President of Home Entertainment Product Marketing at Samsung Electronics America, will open the first annual SID/IMS TV 3.0 Future of TVs Conference with a keynote talk on the outlook for 3D and internet TVs. Both 3D and internet connected TVs have the opportunity to not only significantly enhance the user experience, but also to improve the existing TV business model. Revie will also discuss some of Samsung’s secrets to their success as the company has not only been #1 in units and revenues for the past three years, but has continued to take share over this period.

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HDCP 2.0 Supports WirelessHD Transmission

WiHD | April 19th, 2010 | No Comments »

HDCP Technology Evolves to Protect Premium Entertainment Content across a Broad Range of New Digital and Wireless Interfaces

HDCP Revision 2.0 Specifications Provide Backward Compatibility for Millions of HDMI/HDCP-Enabled Consumer Devices While Accommodating New Wireless Interfaces Such as WirelessHD Technology

BEAVERTON, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP), a technology that protects premium entertainment content between a digital set-top box, digital video recorder or Blu-ray disc player and a digital TV, is evolving to support a broader range of digital and wireless interfaces. HDCP provides a robust, cost-effective and transparent method for transmitting and receiving digital entertainment content to digital displays for billions of existing HDMI/HDCP-enabled interfaces in today’s homes.

“The combination of ubiquitous HDCP with Wireless HD technology will enable compatibility of new WirelessHD-enabled consumer electronics products with billions of HDMI/HDCP-enabled interfaces already present in consumer homes”

“Consumers are clamoring for high-definition formats, and worldwide HDTV sales are skyrocketing, with 256 million homes expected to have at least one HDTV by 2010,” explained Stephen Balogh, President of DCP LLC. “HDCP revision 2.0 supports wireless transmission of compressed and uncompressed HD content, providing new home theater networking scenarios with a widely accepted content protection technology.”

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WirelessHD Added to Cables TO GO Wireless Family

WiHD | April 13th, 2010 | No Comments »

Connectivity Manufacturer Adds to Wireless Family with 60GHz WirelessHD Solution

DAYTON, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cables To Go (http://www.cablestogo.com), the preferred provider of high-performance cabling and connectivity solutions, today announced the release of a unit for wirelessly transmitting HDMI signals up to 33 feet line of sight. The TruLink 60GHz WirelessHD Kit enables wireless transmission of a high-definition true 1080p signal between a television and HDMI components such as a Blu-ray player, set-top box, computer or gaming console.

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