Nidhish Parikh, President of the Digital Living Network Alliance, discusses the need for a common standard that takes the headaches out of accessing digital content on network-connected devices, and the DLNA’s most recent efforts to facilitate the consumption of premium video content around the home.
Digital Living Network Alliance: “DLNA has been a friend of the consumer”
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