With just six weeks to go until the winners of this year’s Broadband InfoVision Awards are announced, we preview the shortlisted entries for the category Broadband Home.
Japanese electronics firm and handset shop Sony has licensed smartphone and tablet technology to media and entertainment specialist Technicolor, whilst licensing other intellectual property from the French firm.
Technology provider for the media and entertainment sectors Technicolor has developed a software framework to allow connected devices, regardless of brand or ecosystem, to “speak the same language”.
Ericsson has spoken of its intention to become the “glue” pulling together broadcast, IT and telecoms services, as it announced plans to acquire the broadcast services division of Technicolor for €19m ($25m). Technicolor provides production, postproduction, and distribution services to content creators, network service providers and broadcasters.
With less than a month to go until the Broadband InfoVision Awards, to be held in Paris this month, we examine the shortlist for Category 6 – Broadband Home: Appliances, Devices, Home Networks & Services.
Video and entertainment firm Technicolor has launched a Home Control and Security edition of its MediaTouch tablet, developed in partnership with US firm iControl Networks, a specialist in broadband home management solutions.