IDF Fall 2002: Intel, Microsoft, Sony form an alliance to promote home network technologies
At Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Jose, CA, Intel announced plans to join efforts with Microsoft and Sony to promote new home network technologies.
Together Intel, Microsoft and Sony are developing the Digital Home Network concept. It implies connecting such devices as PCs, TVs, monitors, etc. into a single network, based on 802.11 and other technologies.
One of the first steps on the way to the Digital Home Network is the Extended Wireless PC concept. Such a device will be similar to a hub, providing data and file exchange to a home wireless network. Microsoft, from its part, is developing software for such networks, and has already announced BioMedia technology for controlling home wireless network dataflow.
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