Azalia Blossoms

Masciarotte, Oliver
November 2004
Mix;Nov2004, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p120
Focuses on Intel's launching of an High-Definition Audio initiative, code-named Azalia, to supercharge personal computer playback. Intel's aim to capitalize on growing number of North American households with home networks; Impact of slow death of dial-up, Voice over Internet protocol, and digital television; Intel's view that a codec is both hardware and software; DVD-Audio playback capabilities.


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