Samsung is 1st CEM to sign up for tru2way

June 2008
CED;Jun2008, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p8
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Samsung, the first consumer electronics manufacturer who signed up for CableLabs new tru2way Host Device License Agreement. This will provide manufacturers of retail consumer electronics devices with a license process for technology that is required to interface two-way interactive cable networks. According to Edgar Tu, Sony Electronics' senior vice president, the national plug-and-play digital cable standard for interactive TV is ideal for today's mobile society.


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