Tokyo - The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) has added five Promoter Members: AT&T, Dolby Laboratories, Qualcomm, Technicolor and Verizon.
The five have joined DLNA's 21 existing Promoter Members which all maintain a shared vision of connecting the digital home with DLNA Certified products to make the creation and sharing of photos, videos and music easier than ever before, the organization said.
"Promoter Membership signifies a strong commitment to the work and mission of DLNA," said Scott Smyers, president/chairman of the DLNA board and senior VP of Sony Electronics.
"As leaders in their respective fields, AT&T, Dolby Laboratories, Qualcomm, Technicolor and Verizon understand the importance of implementing standards-based technology to make it easier for consumers to use, share and enjoy their digital content at home, and beyond."
DLNA is developing the standards that allow for the sharing of content across devices, regardless of manufacturer. More than 6,800 devices have already been DLNA-certifie,d and these devices give consumers the interoperability they need within a full range of products, including digital cameras, PCs and laptops, printers and televisions.
DLNA's more than 200 member companies include service providers, consumer electronics companies and mobile device manufacturers. Promoter Members are appointed by the alliance's board of directors and play an essential leadership role within the organization. Promoter Members take an active role in defining the direction of the alliance, including strategic marketing, guideline development and certification programs.
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